What's Happening at Giralang Primary

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John Fleming cuts his 100th birthday cake

A splendid birthday party!

Congratulations to children, staff and families for hosting such a special birthday party to celebrate the school’s Rats of Tobruk friend John Fleming on his 100th Birthday.

Mr Fleming said that he had a wonderful time and had never been to such a big party before. He appreciated the song, dance, special books and crown. He enjoyed his birthday cake and felt very honoured to share his special day with the Giralang Primary community. 

Posted on 04 Jul 2019

Camp Birrigai 2019

Camp Birrigai 2019

In week 5, our year 5 and 6 students went to Birrigai Outdoor School for a 3 day, 2 night camp experience.  They took part in a range of fun and engaging activities such as abseiling, building campfires, bush walking, crate climbing, team initiatives and the Gold Rush Simulation.

Posted on 22 Mar 2019

Swimming Carnival 2019

Swimming Carnival

We enjoyed a fantastic swimming carnival at Dickson Pool on Friday 9 March.  Every child gave their best, whether competing, cheering, or participating in the fun games, our house colours, exuberance, and school values were on display!

Posted on 22 Mar 2019

Hall School and Museum

Hall School and Museum Tour

Year 2 went back in time for a day to Hall Museum and Heritage Centre. Students were amazed to learn that a popular game that children used to play was called knuckles, using real animal bones! They also enjoyed aiming a horse shoe at a target, a game similar to coits. Students used an old telephone and observed how clothes used to be washed. The most exciting part though, was meeting Mr Cane in the old school classroom. Students faced the front in rows and used slate instead of books to write on. They were warned that they may receive the cane if they misbehaved! Luckily year 2 was perfectly behaved and were commended for their clean nails and shiny shoes.

Year 2 absolutely loved the experience at Hall Museum and have been talking about it ever since. They have decided that some things from the past are quite cool, but are happy that technology has made their lives easier in other areas! 

Posted on 22 Mar 2019

Educational leaders tour

Educational Leaders Tour

In mid-February, our Principal, Miss Love, travelled to Japan for an eight-day Educational Leaders Tour. The Japan National Tourism Organisation selected one School Principal from each state and territory to join the tour.  Miss Love visited various schools and popular sites in Tokyo, Kyoto and Hiroshima.

Posted on 22 Mar 2019

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Welcome to the Giralang Primary School website. Giralang Primary is a growing government school that caters for students from Preschool to Year 6. Our professional, supportive and innovative teaching team along with our highly skilled support staff, take pride in delivering excellent education in a warm and nurturing environment. We have a strong commitment to personalised learning with a special emphasis on literacy, numeracy and science.

Giralang Primary is a happy, safe and vibrant learning environment which is supported by strong community involvement. Our vision statement – Adventure in Learning, Caring and Achieving - is clearly practiced and actioned every day. We have a strong values program which encourages students to be caring, cooperative and courteous both within the school community and outside the school in the wider community. This is supported by explicit learning around social skills and emotional wellbeing.

Giralang Primary has stimulating and flexible learning spaces, incorporating technology within the heritage surrounds of the school. We provide students with the opportunity to develop their interests and abilities through programs in academics, sports, cultural and performing arts areas. We also upskill our senior students to become connected, leaders and role models who work cooperatively with peer programs across the school. Giralang Primary students also learn Japanese from Preschool to Year 6, and we are excited to begin incorporating our new garden into our teaching and learning programs.

I look forward to welcoming new families to our wonderful school. If you would like to know more about our work, please contact the front office and make a time for us to meet.

Kind regards

Emma Aschenberger


 Emma Aschenberger