Students from Foundation – Year 6 engage in the Sale Diocese Curriculum ‘To Live in Christ Jesus’. This is a progression of learning in Religious Education, based around the strands and lenses.
The curriculum draws from Scripture and the Catholic tradition of the Universal Church. It fosters an understanding of young people as they grow and mature in contemporary society. The content includes a strong social justice focus.
Students are engaged in a range of both formal and informal prayer experiences as they seek to deepen their relationship with God. All classes begin the day with morning prayer, which the students are encouraged to lead.
We are committed to promoting socially just behaviours and outreach, and we undertake a range of student driven initiatives each term. School leaders and the SRC organise fundraisers and guest speakers and actively advocate on issues relating to social justice.
Celebrating our faith through liturgy is an important component of school life at Trinity. Each class is rostered on once a term to prepare and attend Mass at 9.00am in the Trinity Chapel. Parents and families are invited to share in this celebration. Students in Foundation – Year 2 celebrate a Sorry Service once a term and students in Years 3-6 celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation throughout the year. We celebrate Easter and Christmas as a school community and parents and families are welcome to join with us in these celebrations.
The Sacramental Program is Family Centered, Parish Based, School and Catechist Supported. The 2021 Parish Sacramental Booklet is attached.
|The Life and Mission of Jesus||Tradition|
|Sacramental Church||Christian Prayer and Liturgy|
|Christian Life and Catholic Social Teaching||Religion and Society|