About Us

Our Hampton kindergarten was established in 1945, just after World War II, by Rev. Allan Mee. It was the first free Anglican kindergarten established in Victoria.

Holy Trinity has some great advantages for your child. We offer highly-qualified and motivated staff and convenient session times.

Situated in peaceful residential surroundings nestled securely behind Holy Trinity Anglican Church at 8 Thomas Street, Hampton, we are very conveniently located with an adjacent car park, ready access to public transport and only a two minute walk from the Hampton Street Shops.

Holy Trinity Kindergarten is a feeder into the local Primary Schools of Hampton Primary School, St Mary’s Catholic Primary School and Sandringham Primary School, as well as local private schools.

Holy Trinity Kindergarten is registered as a Children’s Services Centre with the Department of Education & Training.

It is an Incorporated Association affiliated with Anglican Early Childhood Services and is managed by a parent committee elected at the Annual General Meeting.


We are accredited by the Anti-Cancer Council as a SunSmart Kindergarten. We have been a SunSmart member for over 21 years

National Quality Framework Rating

Holy Trinity Kindergarten is rated EXCEEDING across ALL NQF standards.

Our Education Team


Shauna is our 4-year-old Teacher & Educational/Pedagogical Leader of Holy Trinity. She has many years’ experience teaching kindergarten and has been at HTK for over 12 years. She is a mother to 3 teenage boys. As a local for over 20 years, she enjoys Hampton's small and close community vibe.

Shauna is passionate about play-based learning for preschoolers and recognizes that the first 5 years of a child’s life lay an important foundation for future learning. She feels privileged to be sharing in your child’s development and embarking on this journey together with the families of Holy Trinity.


Trav is our 4-year-old educator and has been at Holy Trinity for over 20 years! Trav’s insight and understanding of children’s development assists in the planning of our programs. His creativity outdoors is just one of his many skills. His love for the children is obvious and the way they respond to him is a delight to see.

Trav is passionate about photography and guitar playing and he inspires many of our children through his talents.


Michelle is our 3-year-old educator. She was born and raised in Bayside and has a teenage daughter. She loves getting to know the children and families of Holy Trinity, and provides a stimulating and engaging environment for the 3 year olds.


Georgie is our 3 Year old Group Teacher who has taught at several Bayside Kindergartens over the past 20 plus years. She also spent many years providing a Music Programme to children and their families, from birth to 5 years of age, in the Bayside community. This enabled her to spend much of her 4 sons’ early years at home, whilst maintaining her love of music, pre-schoolers and working with families.

Georgie loves working with children and their families in a community Kindergarten and she values play based learning. She believes that by encouraging children to be creative, confident, independent thinkers, we set them up with important life and self-belief skills.

In Georgie’s spare time, she loves spending time with family, holidaying in warm destinations, tennis, swimming, sewing, playing ‘cello, walking her dog, catching up with friends and being outdoors.


Fiona is our 4 year old educator . She is a recent resident of Bayside having moved here five years ago from the UK. Fiona has had many years of experience in child care including working in the International School of Milan.

Fiona is passionate about caring for the environment and has been involved in running sustainability programmes for local kindergartens. She has a love of the outdoors whether it is gardening, walking, tennis or golf.

Fiona is looking forward to meeting and getting to know the families at Holy Trinity. She is also looking forward to watching the children grow and develop throughout this year.


Amanda is our 4-year-old educator. Originally from the UK but brought up in Hong Kong. Amanda settled in Bayside with her husband and two young daughters following a few years living in South Africa.

As a qualified Montessori early years teacher, Amanda is passionate about helping children discover their interests and learn at their own pace through play and exploration in an inclusive and caring environment.

Our Community Partners

Many thanks to Sandringham Bendigo bank for your donation towards our new foyer lockers built by the Men's Shed

Capital Works Grant from the Department of Education and Training to build our Multipurpose Sensory Room in early 2019.

Thanks to Baker's Delight Hampton for donating the bread for our welcome bbq in February