Following an extensive community consultation process, a new governance framework and Constitution was adopted in April 2019.

Key features of the new Constitution include:

  • Full alignment with the ACNC Act and Corporations Law;
  • Full voting rights for all Council Members;
  • The creation of Stakeholder Members, who attend AGMs, EGMs with full voting rights, to provide new formal accountability and informal feedback mechanisms;
  • Positive obligation on Council to engage with the Community; and
  • Trinity Grammar School, Kew’s Vision, Values and Mission embedded into a preamble to create a living document that can continue to evolve with the school’s needs.

In 2021, the Victorian State Government introduced revised Education and Training Regulations that required all registered non-government schools to review their Constitutions to ensure they aligned with the minimum registration standards overseen by the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority.

The School Council undertook a review of the 2019 Constitution and sought legal advice to have amendments prepared that complied with the new legislation. The School Council used this opportunity to clarify some of the initial transitional term clauses during this time.

At the May 2023 Annual General Meeting, the Members (Stakeholder and Council Members) resolved to adopt a number of minor changes following the School’s registration review by the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority in 2022. The update also has taken into account the revisions to the Mission and Vision of the school, which have been replaced by the Purpose and Values statement within the new Strategic Plan launched in November 2022.


The following policies pertain to the operation of Trinity Grammar School, Kew.