Developing the Whole Boy
...Making the Man

The wellbeing of your son is a responsibility we take seriously. Pastoral care is ingrained in every part of Trinity life as we develop the whole boy, so that he builds resilience and reaches his full potential. It means guiding him so that he builds good relationships, faces challenges and becomes an integral part of his community.

This happens with Trinity's unique continuity of care framework which ensures that each student and his family has dedicated staff members to speak to who are familiar with their journey at the College.

Trinity's wellbeing and pastoral care program continues to evolve to suit our changing world. Our Director of Student Services oversees the entire spectrum of the program, and in particular, the wellbeing and mental health of our young men.

New initiatives are continually being incorporated so that Trinity's young men are being guided to develop skills to be happy, resilient, independent and confident Men for Others who will make a difference in the community.

The cultivation of compassionate care was the fundamental hallmark that distinguished the educational culture created by Edmund Rice and the first generation of Christian Brothers – and it is a hallmark that continues to distinguish Trinity College today.