More time

Like many independent schools, we have a longer teaching week. In addition to our 27 55-minute lessons, we run five half hour Morning Meetings, five half hour reading sessions mid-morning, and up to four hours of Prep and electives in sport and the arts over the course of the week. 

A significant number of students are also expected to attend morning intervention from 7.30am. With an extended academy day, students have more time in the classroom to acquire knowledge, skills and understanding, as well as more opportunities to broaden their education. 

At Trinity, we believe that there are no shortcuts to success and our students would not make the progress they do without more time in school.

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