Trinity Catholic School
New South Wales, Australia
About Trinity Catholic School
Trinity Catholic School is a co-educational, K-6 primary school located in the town of Murrumburrah in the south-western slopes area of New South Wales. The school was formally established in 1980, although Catholic education in the area had commenced in1877. Various school configurations and staffing by the Sisters of Mercy, continued until declining town populations saw the primary school format of today commence in 1990. The school has a current student enrolment of 71 students. Teachers committed to the academic, creative, social and spiritual development of each student are highly valued by the community.
Recent extensive renovations to teaching and learning spaces have transformed the school significantly. All classrooms have been refurbished to create very innovative learning areas, each equipped with state of the art technology resources. The schools many historical buildings are complemented by large well-maintained grassy play areas and covered outdoor playgrounds.
The students of Trinity Primary School are educated in accordance with the curricula set down by the NSW Department of Education and Board of Studies. As such, students are taught lessons in the six key learning areas as well as Religious Education. Programs based upon the new Australian Curriculum are progressively being introduced. The use of technology to support, encourage and inspire learning across all aspects of the teaching and learning process, is an integral part of the delivery of curriculum.
Existing in the heart of rural community, Trinity Primary School aims to serve its community by upholding its traditions of spirit and hard work, in providing quality Catholic Education for all whilst ensuring they always follow the school’s dual motto of ‘To know, to love, to serve’ and ‘Whatever you do, do well’.