Learning and Teaching

Learning and Teaching at Holy Trinity encompasses the Learning Centred Schools A Sacred Landscape framework.

The learning and teaching at Holy Trinity develops the students’ capacity to manage themselves, their relationships with others and their connections with the world.

A fundamental component of teaching and learning is the students’ faith development. Learning is enhanced when teachers and students work within a positive culture that reflects gospel values and respects the human person.

Teacher with class


Optimum learning occurs when teachers, working in partnership with parents, actively engage students. Monitoring students’ progress and catering for their individual needs promotes continuous learning.

Year 5 netbook

We prepare our students to deal with issues, change and to act effectively as responsible members of their world.

At Holy Trinity we believe that:

  • existing and emerging technologies enable new and powerful ways of learning.
  • multiple literacies allow learners to access and manipulate information from a wide variety of sources
  • building and maintaining a positive partnership between home and school supports student learning
  • learners engage in the process of learning by reflecting on what and how they learn and applying it to new contexts
  • all students should be provided with the learning opportunities and experiences that cater for individual needs
  • as learners we have a responsibility to broaden our educational perspectives and build new knowledge, understandings and skills

students working on computers

Click on the link to visit the CEOM website and view the

Learning Centred Schools A Sacred Landscape Framework