Trinity Catholic College prepares for the future

After 25 years, Trinity Catholic College is undergoing a major redevelopment and is now welcoming students to their newly updated Regents Park and Auburn campuses. 

The first of four stages of renovation and revitalisation have now been completed. The college has also refreshed its school brand to reflect the great new developments underway. The college crest represents a united community that welcomes diversity, with a central focus on faith-based learning.

Principal Daniel Delmage said a major focus of the redevelopment is the integration of cutting-edge 21st century digital technologies across all classrooms, to better prepare students for the demands and opportunities of the future. 

“The innovative building design will encourage more collaboration,” Mr Delmage said.

“There will be a particular focus on literacy, numeracy and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) subjects, with a dedicated learning space for each. The new build will also include a multipurpose centre for each campus to host sport, PDHPE, Drama, Music, school performances, gatherings and assemblies.” 

“Our all-weather spaces will take learning outside into the landscaped gardens.”

“Building on the outstanding educational achievements of Trinity, these new facilities will further promote excellence in learning and student achievement while complementing the student-centered learning approaches already embedded within our pastoral care programs.”
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