Print, complete and return the Local Excursion form
Print, complete and return the Talent Release form
Print, complete and return the Parent Data Collection form
Print, complete and return the Fee Payment Elective 2018
Print, complete and return the Parent or Volunteer Helper – Expression of Interest form
The College will make all information regarding the textbook program and stationery available on this website.
Stationery: Class stationery sets will be purchased in bulk by the College and the cost added to each student’s account. Additional stationery items are optional and may be purchased at the family’s discretion.
Textbooks: Lists for year levels will be available soon and will need to be ordered through Yorke Books. Those ordered by the delivery cut-off date will be delivered to your child’s classroom. There is no need to collect these books from the College.
Stationery: A guideline will be provided and parents should purchase items required by their child at their preferred retailer.
Textbooks: Lists for year levels will be available soon and will need to be ordered through Yorke Books. Those ordered by the delivery cut-off date will be delivered to the school.
For information on Victorian school bus travel, visit http://ptv.vic.gov.au/getting-around/school-buses/school-bus-program/
For information on NSW school bus travel, visit http://www.transport.nsw.gov.au/customers/ssts
In preparation for your child’s commencement at Trinity Anglican College in 2018 we ask that you organise a uniform fitting at the Uniform Shop.
It is important uniforms are ordered before the end of 2018 as these are manufactured specifically for our school. We also have a range of second hand uniforms for sale, however payment for second hand goods needs to be either cash or cheque as we cannot take EFTPOS cards or credit cards for these items.
If you require a fitting time outside these times, please call the Uniform Shop directly on 02 6049 3440 or email: email@example.com
Students who arrive late are required to bring a note of explanation (if circumstances permit). They are to report to Student Services in the Administration building to obtain a late stamp in their diaries (each student will be provided with a diary on the first day of school). Unexplained or regular lateness will result in disciplinary action.
If you require your child to leave throughout the day, for an appointment etc, please write a note to their teacher and have them sign out at Student Services when they leave. If they return later during the day, they are also required to sign in again at Student Services.
Parental assistance is welcomed at Trinity. If you are able to give of your valuable time to assist the teachers in the classroom or to help run the many and varied activities that are offered at the College, you are invited to participate in the Parent Induction Course usually run in Term 1. Under current legislation, the College is obliged to ask parent helpers to participate in a short training session. Through presentation and discussion the Parent Helpers are taken through how to work with children so their time spent helping at the College is rewarding for them and valuable for the teachers and students.
The following is an example of some activities where the assistance of Parent Helpers is very much appreciated:
• Reading in class
• Accompanying Excursions
• Swimming Lessons (Kinder-Year 2)
• Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day)
• Clean Up Australia Day
• Assistance in the College Canteen
• Costume Making for Performances
• Junior School Enviro Day
• Story Telling and Cake Day
If you would like to assist, please print and complete the Expression of Interest form and return.
The names of the College Houses listed below are the names of men from the Thurgoona area who served in World War I. Their names are recorded on the Honour Boards in the Thurgoona Community Centre. Some of these men have their descendants enrolled at the College.
The College’s School Banking provider is the Hume Bank. A ‘Clancy Koala’ Junior Savers’ Club envelope will be available at the parent information night or at the Front Office.
School Banking encourages young students to save. The Hume Bank provides a passbook account and students bring their deposit books and money to school on Wednesdays, during the school term. These are then collected from the College by the bank for processing and returned the following day. The College also benefits from School Banking, with the Hume paying a commission of $2 for each account that is opened.
On enrolling your child and signing the application form, you have entered into a legal agreement with Trinity Anglican College. This includes an agreement to pay College Fees. The total amount for each year level is inclusive of Tuition Fees and Non-Tuition Fees. Bundling the tuition and non-tuition costs together hopefully means that Trinity parents and guardians know with some confidence, the costs of a year’s quality education up front.