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Equipped for a quality education

Technology now forms an integral part of a 21st Century education, and Trinity is dedicated to integrating technology throughout the curriculum. The school has a range of learning technology, including mobile Apple Mac laptops, Apple TVs, iPads and supervised internet access, all intended to enrich the learning experience for students and ensure that the education they receive is engaging and relevant.

Trinity Catholic Primary offers its students modern, bright and airy classrooms that are air-conditioned to maintain comfort all through the year. The school is spacious and has a covered play area, as well as extensive areas for the children to play. Set against a backdrop of native bushland, Trinity is a peaceful place to learn.

Learning and Resource Centre

Our roomy, well-resourced Learning and Resource Centre (LARC) is perfect for large or small group learning activities and offers a range of resources to suit all students. This happy, welcoming place consists of a library and learning centre. 

Literacy is the key to success for lifelong learning. We provide a range of reading material to appeal to children and parents of our community. All children visit the LARC at least once a week to borrow books. We understand that regular reading is vital for learning and leisure.

The children use computers and books to develop their information literacy. The teaching of explicit skills by our teacher librarian and learner support teacher, in partnership with learning group teachers, is an important component of fostering information literacy at Trinity.

Trinity Hall

We have a hall that enables the whole school to meet regularly for assembly in air-conditioned comfort. This is equipped with a kitchen and state-of-the-art technology. During extremes of weather, sport classes are held in the school hall.

 

 
   
  
 

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You can contact Trinity Catholic Primary School, Kemps Creek, by email or phone on 9834 3212 during business hours between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm.
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Life at Trinity Catholic Primary

Year 1 Excursion to Rouse Hill House and farm
Year One set off on their first external excursion, on Friday 24th February, to Rouse Hill House and Farm. Upon arrival students were greeted by one of the educators from the farm, who was dressed in period costume, which set the scene for our day. In our Learning Groups, we participated in the two programs, Early to Rise and Lessons From the Past. The students loved the Early to Rise program, where they got to hang out the washing, feed the chickens and pass the chaff in the horse stable. They learnt about how life looked for families back in 1889. Lessons From the Past was a great contrast for the students and easily relatable, as they got to see and experience what school life was like back in 1889. To prepare the students to step back in time, they dressed the part and marched with their teacher Miss Fox up to the old school house. In and around the old school house they participated in traditional lessons of handwriting, spelling, maths and science, whilst using a slate to record their learning. A new skill they all learnt was how to sew a running stitch, there were a few tangled threads, but they all gave it their best. Things got a little physical after that and the students marched outside to the May Pole, where they danced around it, before doing exercises using wooden dumbbells. The Year One teachers were extremely proud of the way in which the students represented themselves and Trinity on the day.
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Catholic Schools' Week 2017
Catholic Schools' Week began with a liturgy led by Fr Peter and our Year One students. Our liturgy reminded us that our learning is all connected and that therefore we are all connected. Parents were then invited to visit classrooms to share in their children’s learning. Thank you to the family members who were able to join in our celebrations.
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Ash Wednesday 2017
Our terrific Year Fours led a truly meaningful and thoughtful Ash Wednesday liturgy which challenged us not just to “Give up” something during Lent but to “Give”. What can we as Christians give to those in our families and communities during this time of Lent?
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Captivate 2015
"CAPTIVATE WAS AWESOME" Year 3 & 4 were spectacular in their display of their dancing and singing skills at the Captivate Concert on Monday night the 7 September! Their wonderful participation and fabulous performance was a result of many months of practise and learning, of songs and dances! Consistency, commitment and the ability to work cooperatively, produced a performance that was outstanding and enjoyable, to both the audience and to the performers. It was a memorable experience for the children, as it encompassed a new domain of learning and performing with an outcome that brought positive reinforcement and much joy to all who participated! A Big thank you to all the teachers and parents who assisted in the success of this concert! Thanks Maga
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