Support Programs

Our Catholic education programs provide quality learning and teaching by recognising that each child can and will learn

At Holy Trinity Granville we ensure that the individual needs of students are met and their gifts developed. To respond to the diversity of needs, interests and abilities of students we provide a flexible curriculum and a range of support programs.

Literacy Support

  • Reading Recovery - assists students in Year 1 who require support in their reading.
  • L2 - assists students in Year 2 who require extra support with reading comprehension.
  • Third Wave Reading - assists students from Years 3-6 who require additional reading and writing support. 

Numeracy Support

  • EMU (Extending Mathematical Understanding) - assists students in Year 1 who require support in mathematics

Learning Support

  • Is available for all students from K-6 who require additional support in reading, writing and mathematics. 

MacKillop Groups

  • This is a peer support program lead by Year Six to build social skills across the school. 

Dance Fever

  • A program started in 2009 and supported by the Catholic Education Office. The program runs each week for four terms and children are taught a mix of dance, athletics, gymnastics and sport skills. The program teaches social skills, as well as movement and coordination skills.

Instrumental Program

  • This program was initiated in 2009 with financial backing from Catholic Schools Parramatta Diocese. Each student in Year 5 and Year 6 is learning to play a band instrument, free of charge. A weekly lesson is taught by a specialist teacher from Delany College.

Transition programs

Parent Information Night:

  • Parents attend an information session, during which they receive valuable information about the school.

In the Kindergarten Orientation program:

  • Students attend two orientation sessions where they participate in a variety of activities and assessments, meet their teacher and have time to get to know classmates.

In the Year 6 Transition program:

  • Students visit their respective high schools for orientation prior to commencement.
  • Year 6 and special needs teachers liaise with high school personnel with regard to student's needs.