Welcome to Trinity Christian School in 2020.
For 40 years at Trinity Christian School, we have been equipping our students to live meaningful lives beyond school. However, the true indication of a school’s quality is not in its past but in how well its students learn to have loving hearts, enquiring minds and generous spirits. These are the core aspirations we have for our students and ones that are at the core of the Christian education we provide at Trinity Christian School.
At Trinity Christian School we provide a holistic education based on biblical principles where students are nurtured in the Christian faith. Christ is at the centre of all that we do. Students are provided with opportunities to grow in faith and service within a safe and nurturing environment.
We believe that education builds capacity and that it is our team of highly qualified Christian teachers in cooperation with our parents who bring this to life in each of our students. Our aim is for students to know what they believe and why; that their character is formed on the basis of our Christian beliefs and values. Our objective is that in their life after school, our graduates reflect the hope and purposeful service characteristic of those who follow Jesus. As we equip our students for their future, we help them discover the type of purpose that ignites their desire to make a positive difference in our world.
I am proud of our students and staff and I invite you to meet them. Welcome once again to Trinity Christian School.
Yours in Christ,
Mr Ian Hewitt
About the Principal
Ian Hewitt has been Principal at Trinity Christian School since the beginning of 2018. Immediately prior to this, he was the Foundation Principal of The Anglican School Googong. He has extensive experience across a range of schools in the ACT, NSW and Queensland. He has held the position of Director of Education Strategy at Canberra Grammar School and prior to this was the Assistant Head of School – Learning and Teaching at Marist College Canberra.
He has worked at a strategic level in education both locally and nationally in the areas of information technology and curriculum development from Kindergarten to Year 12. In recent years this included involvement with the development of the Australian Technologies Curriculum. He has a passion for developing community within the Christian school context and is keen to continue to build on the legacy left by those over the past 40 years of Christian education at Trinity Christian School.