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White Rock Junior Chess Championships 2020

Date:August 21, 2020

On Thursday 20 August, a record 112 WRJ students from Year 2-6 participated in the WRJ Chess Championship 2020. All


FNQ Interschool Chess Championships Report Rd 2 2020

Date:June 15, 2020

Round 2 of the Far North Queensland Interschool Chess Championships was held on the 12th of June. The wizardry of


FNQ Interschool Chess Championships Report Rd 1 2020

Date:March 5, 2020

Round 1 of the Far North Queensland Interschool Chess Championships was held on 3 March. The Bishop Centre was bursting


Principal’s Welcome Event- 2020

Date:January 6, 2020

Principal Paul Sjogren and the TAS teaching community would like to welcome all TAS parents, new and existing, to join


FNQ Interschool Chess Championships Finals 2019

Date:August 26, 2019

The Far North Queensland Interschool Chess Finals were held in the Bishop Centre 22 August. Dedication, preparation and good sportsmanship


2019 Gala Concert | Friday 30 August

Date:August 5, 2019

No entry fee – all welcome.    


Principal’s Blog: Results and analysis Year 12 2020

Date:May 4, 2021

I was fascinated to read that the State ALP government has decided not to release the annual report detailing the


Parents and Staff – Rethinking TikTok

Date:August 18, 2020

Your privacy matters Currently, there are multiple conversations being held around the world as to the safety, security, privacy, addiction


Leo Lin (Year 12) reflects on his recent QUT STEM Internship

Date:July 23, 2020

Recently Grace Belson & Leo Lin (Year 12), were awarded a place in the QUT STEM Research Internship program. 2020.


Principals Blog: Edition 3, 2020

Date:June 15, 2020

Dear TAS community,  Every now and then I receive an email that I feel the need to share, because it


Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ) stance on Year 11 & 12 return to school

Date:April 27, 2020

Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ) have called on the Queensland Government to allow all Year 11 and 12 students to return


Principals Blog: A deeper look at the data – the story of a regional standout

Date:February 17, 2020

We were delighted to see the TAS class of ’19, the last group to ever receive an OP, placed #24


It’s time you looked again…

Read more about the exciting new changes for Trinity Anglican School below.

Principal's Statement

In this dynamic, ever evolving world, we are faced with daily challenges and changes in the way that we do things. Education is no different. We don’t know exactly what the classroom will look like in 5 years, but being innovative, flexible and agile will ensure that we will be at the forefront of the changes as they occur.  

We have been working hard over the last 18 months to develop a 21st century business model that will enable us to continue to be innovative and agile. The adjustments we are making will allow us to ensure that we are impacted as minimally as possible by external factors such as changes in government funding, legislation and the economic climate. 

This is a new era for Trinity Anglican School. To be innovative is to be fearless; it is being able to learn from what has been done in the past in order to reimagine what our great school could be in the future.  

As part of our new business model, we are thrilled to announce that our fee structure is changing significantly in 2021 and beyond, with a significant reduction in tuition fees. In conjunction with this, we will be revamping our transport service and launching a $16 million built environment plan that outlines new capital projects for the future. Further information on transport and capital projects will be provided to you at a later date.  

The aim of these changes is to reduce the financial pressures currently experienced by our existing families, whilst ensuring that we continue to attract the best and brightest students to our school.  By doing so we will guarantee that more fantastic kids will benefit from a TAS education and we will see our community continue to grow and flourish.  

This new era for TAS will not change who we are or the fact that our students consistently achieve outstanding results. TAS will continue to provide quality independent education, giving parents the confidence to choose to educate their children in Cairns.  

Since our foundation,  TAS continues to be one of the highest ranked schools in regional Queensland on a range of metrics and was recently named a finalist in the Australian Education Awards in two prestigious categories.

We have always endeavoured to be both innovators and early adopters of ways to improve and enhance the education of your children. This approach also applies to our business model.

We have no doubt you will be confident in our new vision for TAS.

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fee schedule

An integral part of TAS’ new business model is a significant reduction of fees. The reduced fees will be offered to current and prospective parents and carers without compromising on the range of opportunities and quality of education their child receives. 

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“Since its establishment in 1983, TAS has not wavered in its commitment to providing students with everything they need to achieve amazing things both now and in their futures. This will not change under the new business model.”

Principal Paul Sjogren

Capital Development Plan

Trinity Anglican School is also pleased to announce $16 Million of bold new capital projects to take place over the next 10 years. Further details of these will be announced in the coming months, however, you can download a sneak peek below

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