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Leadership Team


Mr Darren O'Neill

Mr O'Neill is the Principal of Trinity College. Mr O'Neill joined Trinity in 2019. He has spent nearly 30 years working in Catholic education, having held leadership positions at Corpus Christi College and CBC Fremantle, and most recently as Principal at Lumen Christi College. Mr O'Neill holds a Degree in Human Movement from The University of Western Australia and a Masters Degree of Religious Education from The University of Notre Dame Australia. Additionally, he is currently the Principal Representative on the Students With Disability Funding Working Party coordinated by Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA). 

Outside of school, Mr O'Neill enjoys spending time with his wife, Stacie, and their two children, Adam and Kate. He belongs to the Mater Christi Parish in Yangebup. As a former physical education teacher, he enjoys all sports, appreciates the opportunity to travel and values time with family and friends. Mr O'Neill has a real passion for education and a strong focus on encouraging students to be 'the best that they can be'. 

Deputy Headmaster

Mr Peter Norman

Mr Norman is the Vice Principal of Trinity College. Mr Norman joined Trinity in this role in 2011, after spending 14 years at Nagle Catholic College in Geraldton, with 9 of those years as Deputy Principal. His vision for the College is that each and every member of the Trinity community will embrace and nurture our identity as an authentic Catholic school in the Edmund Rice Tradition. Mr Norman works closely with the College staff to ensure that all students have the opportunity to reach their full potential and develop as well rounded ‘Men for Others’.

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Mr Anthony Byrne

Mr Byrne is the Deputy Principal for Years 8, 10 and 12. Prior to joining Trinity 12 years ago, Mr Byrne had served as the Head of English, Head of House & Acting Deputy Principal at Servite College and Saint Norbert College. When it comes to his work at Trinity, one of the things Mr Byrne most enjoys is seeing students experience the varied opportunities available at the College. From Christian Service, to music, to the sporting fields, Trinity offers something to suit every boy. He is passionate about ensuring the four pillars of the Trinity Education are upheld in the spirit of Edmund Rice.

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Mr Tim Hince

Mr Hince is the Deputy Principal of Years 7, 9 and 11. Mr Hince joined Trinity in 2016, after serving as the Head of the Senior School at Ursula Frayne Catholic College in Victoria Park. Mr Hince has found that Trinity truly provides a holistic education and he believes there is something at Trinity for everybody which allows each and every boy to be themselves, and in turn, allows them to shine.

Head of Trinity College Junior School

Mr Martin Tucker

Mr Tucker is the Head of the Junior School. He has just started his fourth year at Trinity College, having previously served as the Assistant Principal at Assumption Catholic Primary School in Mandurah. Since joining the Junior School, Mr Tucker has been impressed by the sense of community between the staff, students and parents, as well as the school culture, which he believes encourages all boys to realise their potential. Mr Tucker has big plans for the Junior School, including development of a nature play space, renovating the Library to provide a more flexible and contemporary learning space, and incorporating the Year 6 Computer Science Program into the Year 4 and 5 curriculum. 

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Mr Michael Burgess

The College Bursar, Mr Burgess, joined the Trinity community 19 years ago, after spending five years at both Guildford Grammar School and Wesley College. While Mr Burgess manages all of the finances of the College, he also has a special interest in electronic commerce and digital data management, and is moving the College towards a paperless environment. Mr Burgess is also instrumental to the implementation of the Trinity Master Plan, and he oversees all the new construction happening at the College.

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