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Trinity School for Seniors

Are you over 60 and looking for a place to grow and interact? Trinity School for Seniors provides over 100 courses for more than 600 attendees over five days every week.

You can be a part of this community. Why don't you contact us and find out more?

Web: www.perthunitingchurch.com.au

Trinity School for Seniors (TSFS) is an outreach mission of the Uniting Church in the City (UCIC), committed to helping older adults to participate in lifelong learning and to have friendship and companionship on this journey. TSFS endeavours to achieve a balance between educational programs, social activities, peer learning opportunities and a holistic attitude towards wellness.

Student Eligibility

Trinity School for Seniors seek to support retirees and older adults - in particular those who would like to meet new people and learn new things. Students can attend from any suburb in Perth, provided they can make their own way to the school. As Trinity Buildings are heritage listed, there are some disabled access difficulties. Students need to be able to manage the stairs or the lift, to access some of the classrooms.

Please note: New students must be 60 years and over to be considered for membership to Trinity.

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