Student Care and Parent Partnerships
Trinity Christian School regards parents as having prime responsibility for the education of their children, so staff work cooperatively in partnership with parents and guardians. We believe that successful partnership between School and home facilitates the best educational outcomes and a firm sense of belonging for both students and their families.
Junior School Student Wellbeing
The care and concern for our students is prevalent on a day-to-day basis through the interactions between students and their teachers. While all members of our School community are ready and committed to working with students and their families, additional support is provided in the Junior School by the Junior School Wellbeing Coordinator, School Counsellor, Head of Junior School and School Chaplain.
Within the Junior School, our differentiated curriculum caters for all students. Students can be extended through involvement in additional co-curricular activities and participation in national competitions and challenges. Resource assistance is provided for students needing extra support with the basics of literacy and numeracy.
In the Junior School each class has one or two appointed class parents, whose role it is to support the classroom teacher. The role encompasses:
- Pastoral care and concern for the families within the class
- Pastoral support for the teacher
- Communication within the class community
- Organisation of class community events and activities, such as celebratory breakfasts, dinners, family picnics
- Helping in the classroom
Before and After School Care
A very successful program is provided by “Kids Fun Club” for students needing care before and after school. For further information regarding this service, families can contact the Coordinator on
0418 236 487.