The Curriculum at Trinity Anglican College is based around the learning areas and stages set by the NSW Board of Studies.
Senior school: Trinity Anglican College has introduced digital textbooks for a number of core subjects. Others must be ordered through Yorke Books.
Junior School: Class stationery sets and textbooks will be purchased in bulk by the College and the cost added to each student’s account.
Students have been introduced to the Positive Psychology Model of well-being, academic care and social and emotional development. The Senior School has completed its first unit ‘Kindness and Gratitude’. Students learnt about the health benefits, educational success and how acts of Kindness can increase self-esteem. The Positive Education Model is being fully integrated in 2016 to complement the new House Pastoral Care Structure.
The Year 11 course options booklet contains information on the requirements for study in the Preliminary Year and the HSC Year, requirements of the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR), possible subjects offered at Trinity Anglican College, Vocational Educational Courses available and procedures for assessment and reporting.
When students progress from Year 8 to Year 9 they move from Stage 4 of the Board of Studies Curriculum Outline to Stage 5. They move from a curriculum that has been designed to provide broad educational experiences, to one which allows students to select some subjects of a more specialised nature.
We are committed to offering our students a diverse, holistic educational experience. At the core of this is a robust academic program enriched by engaging co-curricular opportunities. Therefore, the activities we classify as “co-curricular” are vital to our College community. These co-curricular activities enrich our students and provide them with opportunities to discover and develop their skills and talents.