The Trinity Journey

Cotlew Street Campus

Our Cotlew Street Campus is home to our Early Learning Centre, Little Stars, our Playgroup, our Junior Years (Prep to Year 5) and our Outside School Hours Care. It is a stand-alone primary school, with the resources many P-12 schools would envy: our own college hall, art room, music room, heated swimming pool, library, modern air-conditioned classrooms, sports grounds, canteen, learning support centre and more.

Little Stars Early Learning Centre

Little Stars caters for boys and girls from two years of age with comprehensive full and part-time programs taught in our purpose-built centre. Your child is at the centre of everything we do and, through our pre-school programme, we want to inspire your child with a love of learning and give them a solid foundation for the years ahead. Dedicated teachers encourage a passion for discovery through play, in a nurturing environment for young girls and boys.

Junior Years: Prep to Year 5

Our Junior Years community is a small close-knit one where our teachers know almost every student by name. It is an environment that allows children to develop at a slower pace, in keeping with their chronological age, outside the influence of older teenagers. Students in our Junior Years also take on leadership roles at an earlier age. Our Prep to Year 5 Buddy and Peer Support Programs foster important connections, increased confidence, and greater self-control for both the younger and the older children on this campus. Our Junior Years is a safe haven for childhood offering a gentle passage into the more complex Middle and Senior Years on our Ashmore Road campus.

Ashmore Rd Campus

Our Ashmore Road Campus is home to our Middle Years (Years 6-9) and Senior Years (Years 10-12) offering state-of-the-art facilities, dedicated teachers and outstanding programs. Our goal is that all who enter our gates emerge as socially capable, creative and contributing citizens, well-positioned to fly high.

Middle Years: Year 6 to Year 9

Our dedicated Middle Years (Years 6-9) provides a supportive bridge between the Primary and Senior Years. The purpose-built Middle Learning Precinct for students in Years 6 to 9 offers curricular programmes specifically designed for students who are dealing with a time of particular physical, social and emotional growth. We gently introduce our Years 6 and 7 students to the demands and responsibilities of of high school through our expertly designed Years 6/7 Transition Program, helping to prepare them emotionally and academically for high school. The Middle Years' core curriculum is supplemented by first-rate educational facilities, co-curricular programmes and annual camps, ensuring a well-rounded education for every student.

Senior Years: Year 10 to Year 12

Our Senior Years caters for Years 10 to 12, offering a challenging educational program of curriculum and co-curricular activities. Personal excellence is one of our key values and our teachers encourage our students to work towards achieving their individual potential and personal best in their academic, sporting and artistic pursuits, making the most of Trinity’s first-class grounds and facilities. Life in the Senior Years aims to equip students to become independent, capable young adults able to tackle the challenges of life beyond school and become valued members of a global community.

Our Approach

At Trinity we believe students learn best:

  • When, through inquiry, they are actively involved in constructing their own understanding as part of their lifelong learning process.
  • When their learning is relevant and purposeful and connected to prior learning, developing self-confidence for the present and the future.
  • When learning is engaging, focused and learner-centred, offering a broad range of educational opportunities.
  • When they have opportunities to share and reflect on their learning, in a spirit of cooperation and teamwork.
  • When the curriculum is success-oriented and encourages individual excellence.
  • When, through caring relationships and mutual respect, the learning environment is responsive to students’ needs.
  • When the family and community are involved in the educational partnership.
  • When lifelong learning employs a Gospel-centred approach.

Start your child's Trinity journey today! Contact our Admissions Registrar on: or telephone (07) 5556 8221.

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