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Trinity Christian School, WanniassaCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Total student:1128 (boy:541, girl:587)
Total staff:89
Student attendance:
ICSEA value:
1135, ranks No.33 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
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High school rank:No.3 (2015), No.4 (2014), No.5 (2013), No.5 (2012), No.7 (2011), No.5 (2010), No.9 (2009)
Address:34 McBryde Crescent Wanniassa ACT 2903
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Trinity is a Kindergarten to Year 12 Christian Parent Governed School. Our Vision is to provide students with a Christ-centred education in a learning community of love, nurture and service. The school emphasises a quality Christian education and the impor... more
Student Assessment
Year 345641543946441821
Year 551446648851849351
Year 754851253554055025
Year 960760858959361010
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Parent - 18 Jan 2023, Rate: bad
The Christian community, which includes Trinity Staff, is not welcoming to outsider's. Many will not talk to you if you don't attend their church and there is a lack of real opportunities such as leadership roles for your children if you do not belong to their community.
The communication between staff and parents was really poor. I was only offered one Parent Teacher interview for my child in the first term. My child's schoolteacher rarely provided updates on my child's progression or responded to my enquiries. This was not unique to me; most parents I interacted with felt this way. The excuse provided by the Head of the Junior school was they were understaffed and COVID didn't help.
I learnt the hard way that student's safety is not a priority. My child was blamed for not remembering to attend aftercare after being instructed by a schoolteacher to leave school grounds at the end of the day. My child was in kindergarten when the incident occurred. With saying this the before and aftercare staff are fabulous and alerted me to the situation. I was very grateful to them.
My child does not attend the school anymore and I have found the services offered at the public school my child now attends significantly surpasses the offerings at this private institution.
By Employee - 23 Oct 2020, Rate: excellent
I get rationed food every month and get paid around $20 a week which I think is great
By Alumnus - 24 Sep 2020, Rate: bad
Children go to school to learn the skills they need for their future. TCS spends WAY too much of their time playing political games, pushing harmful messages and practices onto their community and are in general hateful people. DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILDREN HERE IF YOU VALUE THEIR MENTAL HEALTH.
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