In keeping with our purpose, the Trinity Anglican College Co-Curricular Program provides a range of valuable educational experiences for students from Kindergarten through to Year 12, in addition to those provided by the College's formal curriculum.


Trinity students enjoy the benefits of a diverse Co-Curricular Program that cultivates a deep sense of belonging, nurtures their mind, releases their creativity, develops their athletic ability and builds personal character and self-esteem.

Teachers from across all learning areas drive this program and our students can participate in a range of activities such as drama, basketball club, debating, knitting club, RFS Cadets, Model UN and much more.

We encourage our students to engage with Co-Curricular activities as they provide an enormous scope to explore their passions and interests which extend beyond the classroom, and will endure well beyond their school years.

In these programs, everyone is welcomed, supported and nurtured.

We are here to educate the whole child, and activities such as these help develop important teamwork, leadership and problem-solving skills, while mixing with like-minded peers. By developing these skills, our students will flourish and perform at their very best in every aspect of their lives.
Co-Curricular Handbook