Sport & Athletics

In our curriculum

Sports and athletics are integral parts of the Australian Curriculum taught across Trinity Christian School. Depending on the year group, sports covered within the curriculum at Trinity may include:

    • Archery
    • Athletics
    • Baseball 
    • Bike Riding
    • Canoeing
    • Circuit
    • Cricket
    • Dance
    • Diving
    • Fishing
    • Fitness
    • Floorball
    • Futsal
    • Golf
    • Gym
    • Hiking
    • Horse Riding
    • Ice Skating
    • Indoor Hockey 
    • Indoor Soccer
    • Lawn Bowls
    • Netball
    • Orienteering
    • Parkour
    • Rock-climbing 
    • Rogaining
    • Snorkelling
    • Softball
    • Squash
    • Swimming 
    • Tennis
    • Ten-Pin Bowling
    • Underwater Hockey
    • Wrestling

    Co-curricular opportunities

    Junior School

    Trinity competes in a range of sports from Year 3 onwards. These are generally one day, interschool lightning tournaments and gala days held during the school day. Sports include cricket, AFL, soccer,  netball and ozTag. Large numbers of our students represent the school at zone, ACT and National competitions for swimming, athletics and cross country, based on their performance at our carnivals. Trinity also has Junior School netball teams entered in weekend competitions.

    Middle School and Senior School

    Trinity competes in a wide range of sports at Middle and Senior level. We are members of School Sport ACT and compete against other local high schools in the South Region (Years 7 – 12). Most sports are one day lightning tournaments or interschool gala days. Teams and individuals who succeed at Regional level, can move on to compete at ACT Championships, followed by National representation.

    In Year 11 and 12 a number of teams participate in sports including touch football, soccer and basketball.