A Connected and Thriving School Community

Where we are now:

An emphasis on embedding wellbeing into the culture, curriculum and all aspects of Trinity school life from a Biblical perspective is important. Allowing for differentiation across the various parts of the school, common goals, approaches and consistent language around student health and wellbeing are being established.

At the same time, there is space for a new forum for parents and friends to collaborate and contribute to the Trinity community. While some families are currently eligible to join the Trinity Association, there is a requirement for a group where all interested members of the community can belong and engage.

By 2022 we want to see:

A school that fosters meaningful, positive relationships and a sense of belonging for all. A community of confident, healthy and resilient students and staff, who are able to thrive in all aspects of school life and beyond. Strong partnerships with families to develop health and wellbeing of students.

How we are getting there in 2019:

Focus Area 1: A whole school Positive Education model within a Biblical framework.

Actions:

  • Develop a whole school model for Positive Education within a Biblical framework
  • Plan and deliver staff professional learning, workshops and education sessions
  • Design research materials for staff and students.
  • Design and deliver a range of positive education pilot projects.

Focus Area 2: A new Parents and Friends (P&F) committee to assist in the connection and collaboration between parents and the school.

Actions:

  • Create a constitution for a new P&F Committee, formalise the group and elect members.
  • Develop and implement a parent education and insight program.