Holy Trinity Primary Granville

Term 2 Week 10 - 3rd July 2020

From the Leadership Team

Philip Mahony | Principal

Dear Parents and Carers,

As we come to the end of a very unusual term, from being mainly online learning, through to a couple of days a week and then back to full attendance, I want to thank the parents for their contribution and support, to the teachers for the extraordinary effort and planning and especially to the students of HTG for their constant willingness  learn, even in a disruptive environment. Hopefully next term will be more settled while we continue to follow health directions regarding social-distancing and limits of adults allowed in the school.

Today we say farewell to Miss Claudette Loulach and thank her for her caring contribution to Holy Trinity and wish her all God's blessing as she gets married soon. Mrs Amanda Perrin will be teaching Yr 3 next term and we welcome Mrs Rachel Robertson, who will be teaching on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday's starting in term 3.


With the increase use of technology and use of devices at home, I strongly recommend that parents look at the resources available on the Australian Government esafety website for parents - " esafety.gov.au "

Thank You

A big thank you to Nathan Brown from the Parramatta Eels and to Inter-Sport Shoe Store in Auburn for the donation of sport shoes to 5 students at Holy Trinity.

Parent - Teacher Interviews

Hopefully you have had the chance to discuss your child's progress with their class teacher during this week and know the next steps your child needs to work towards. Please don't hesitate to contact your child's teacher during term 3 and 4 if you have any concerns or just need an update.

Volunteering At Holy Trinity

REMINDER:  If you would like to volunteer at school, you will need to complete a new CEDP Building Child Safe Communities form and online training module. Please see the attached letter and helpsheet.

Jason Fisher | Assistant Principal

As we come to the end of Term 3 it is a great time to reflect on a very unique term. 

We started off with remote learning and really not knowing how long we would be working remotely. Then we moved to the students coming back a day a week. In week 5 we were close to normal with the students returning full time with restrictions. Since then we have been close to normal business.

A huge congratulations to all the students for adapting to the changes that COVID - 19 brought. It really showed that the students see them themselves as a learner as they developed the skills to work online. 

A huge thank you to all the parents and carers for supporting the children during remote learning and for your support of the school during the uncertain time we experienced. We were definitely ‘all in it together’. 

Wishing the whole Holy Trinity community a restful holiday.

Mark Galea |Religious Education News

Term 3 Dates: 

  • 21st July: Stage 1 Mass.

  • 8th August: The Feast of St Mary MacKillop.

  • 15th August: The Assumption of Mary.

  • 22nd August: Queenship of Mary.

New Religious Education Curriculum

The teachers have been planning learning experiences for the students to trial next term. This is a very exciting time for our Diocese as it is the first time the Religious Education has been renewed in over 20 years. We pray that this new learning endeavour will help our students build a strong relationship with Jesus.

Mass Times 

Registration is no longer required for Masses provided that attendance is limited to 100 people and a distance of 1.5 meters is maintained. See below for temporary Mass times.

Temporary Sunday Mass Times

SATURDAY VIGILS               Holy Family Church         4:30pm

                                                Holy Trinity Church          6:00pm


SUNDAYS                                Holy Family Church         8:30am

                                                  Holy Trinity Church         10:00am

                                                  Holy Trinity Church         3:00pm

                                                   Holy Family Church        5:00pm


CONFESSIONS                   Wednesdays:  Holy Family Church 6:30pm to 7:00pm

                                               Saturday:        Holy Trinity Church 10:00am to 10:30am

HTG Facebook Page

Have you checked out the school Facebook page lately! We are constantly posting about the great things that are happening at HTG. 

Need to Know

Kindergarten 2021 Enrolments

Holy Trinity Primary is accepting enrolments for Kindergarten 2021.

If your child turns 5 before 31st July 2021, they are eligible to enrol. Enrolment packages can be collected from the school office between 8.30am and 3.00pm.

Notice required before moving students from school

10 school weeks in writing must be given to the principal before removal of a student or a full term’s fees will be payable. 

This requirement is in recognition by the family of the commitment to assist funding of the School by having their child take a place that could have been offered to another family.

How to Install the SkoolBag App

Follow the instructions below to download the SkoolBag app and stay connected with what’s happening at Holy Trinity.

For iPhone and iPad users:

Click on the “Download on the App Store” button above, or go to the Apple App Store, search for “SkoolBag” and download the free SkoolBag app. After opening the app, add your school(s) and you’re ready to go!

For Google Android Users:

Click on the “Get it on Google play” button above, or go to the Google Play Store, search for “SkoolBag” and download the free SkoolBag app. After opening the app, add your school(s) and you’re ready to go!

A Reminder for our School Community - Complaints and Grievances

If , at any time, you find that you have a concern with the school, you are encouraged to come to the school and speak with the teacher/s, assistant principal and/or principal, to identify your concern.

It is our aim to work with all members of our school community to ensure that we do the very best to provide a productive, safe and enjoyable learning experience for our students and professionally fulfilling experience for our staff.

If you would like to raise a concern, the Catholic Education Office has guidelines for ensuring that complaints are handled fairly. Information about how to handle complaints either informally or formally is accessed on the school website or system website. 

Student of the Week

For Week Ending 19th June 2020

Kindergarten    Yar M

Year 1                Ivana K

Year 2                Jabbra A

Year 3                Chelsea C

Year 4                Logan C

Year 5                Jazzlin D

Year 6                Charlotte B

Student of the Week

For Week Ending 26th June 2020

Kindergarten    Eva P

Year 1                Tigi K

Year 2                Theresa N

Year 3                Telesia A

Year 4                Aliya S

Year 5                Ricky P

Year 6                Helena S

Upcoming Events


Birthday Celebrations

Congratulations to the following students who celebrate their Birthday in July:

Noel E, Sarah B, Chelsea C, Seini S, Arjav A, Regan G, Tongyang W, Olivia C, Mary A, Mou M, Ozas D, John T, Ariz H, Thomas M, and Nicholas M.


Friday 3rd JulyEnd of Term 2
Monday 20th JulyStart of Term 3
Tuesday 21st JulyStage 1 Mass

Holy Trinity Primary Granville


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       The dignity of each individual 

        The welcoming and hospitable atmosphere in our school