Love, Serve and Hope

Holy Trinity is proud to be part of Catholic Schools Parramatta Diocese's system of 80 Catholic primary and secondary schools operating across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains providing more than 43,500 students with a high-quality, low fee Catholic education.

At Holy Trinity we are committed to providing quality education that equips our students with the skills to participate with confidence in a changing society. The teaching of Christian values and the development of the whole child are central to our values and beliefs.

Love, Serve and Hope

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School Granville students in garden

Our school is committed to creating a learning community where:

We value our Catholic faith and tradition

We provide a variety of religious experiences, which include:

  • Prayer
  • Liturgical and Eucharistic celebrations
  • Involvement in Sacramental Programs

We educate our children in their faith through:

  • Religious Education Programs
  • Sacramental programs
  • Prayer, Liturgical and Eucharistic celebrations
We value the dignity of each individual
  • We exercise the preferential option for the poor by providing equal opportunities for all children
  • We provide a range of learning experiences that cater for the needs and abilities of individual children
  • We respect the rights and beliefs of all members of the community
We value our school's welcoming and hospitable atmosphere
  • We build upon the strong sense of celebration, enjoyment and wellbeing present in our school
  • We promote effective communication to ensure that each community member has a sense of inclusion, and is able to participate in the life of the school
  • We provide opportunities for individuals to express their ideas and opinions in the climate of openness and support
We believe every child had a right to learn
  • We provide positive educational experiences
  • We respect children as individuals and cater for their differences
  • We encourage all children to work to the best of their ability
  • We promote appropriate behaviour
  • We provide a professional climate in which staff are expected to be suitably qualified and professional in their dealings with children, parents and colleagues
  • We provide a curriculum which is relevant to the children and the society in which they live and grow
We believe parents and teachers are partners in the education process
  • We foster positive teacher/parent relationships
  • We provide opportunities for parents to be involved in the educational life of their children
We believe the multicultural nature of our school is something to be celebrated
  • We respect the rights and beliefs of all in our school community
  • We cater for the various needs of our children and parents
  • We appreciate the cultural diversity within the school and promote tolerance and acceptance of all

Our History

Holy Trinity Primary was established in 1885 by the Sisters of St Joseph.

The Sisters of St Joseph ran Holy Trinity Primary up until 1976, when the first lay principal, Shirley Reed, was appointed.

The school has seen many changes with building programs taking place in 1913, 1934, 1964, and 1995. In 2009, the school received Australian Government funding as part of the Building the Education Revolution (BER). There were two components: the National School Pride (NSP) program with work carried out in 2010 and the Primary Schools in the 21st Century (P21) program with work completed in term 4, 2010.

In 2015/2016 the school was involved in a refurbishment of Stage 2 and Stage 3 to develop the spaces so that they could be agile, flexible learning spaces.

Today Holy Trinity is a welcoming, multicultural learning community with our students coming from 23 different language backgrounds. Our faith has continued to guide our school, as we follow the charism of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop: 'Never see a need without doing something about it'.

old photo of Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School Granville campus
Old photo of an early class from Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School Granville
Old stone from Holy Trinity Granville building
Historical birds eye view of Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School Granville
Historical image of Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School Granville campus
Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School Granville parish hall burning down
Historical image of Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School Granville students
Our Policies and Procedures

Holy Trinity has a number of policies and procedures that govern various aspects of our school life.

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