Our primary school teachers take pride in getting to know each boy and girl. With small classes, and a focus on each child’s individual needs, every possible effort is made to provide the very best learning environment for the students.
Each child is respected as an individual, yet there are many opportunities for groups of students to spend common time together. Each child from Year 1-6 is a member of a Quarter (North, South, East and West), with many Quarter activities, sporting and cultural, taking place throughout the year.
The School Chaplains are available for individual confidential counselling. For further information contact Dr Philip Raymont on firstname.lastname@example.org
or (+61 8) 9377 9245 or Father Barry Moss on email@example.com
or (+61 8) 9377 9245.
Child Protection Policy
Guildford Grammar School is committed to the care, safety and protection of all of its students from Kindergarten through to Year 12. The responsibility of the School extends beyond academic success to the intellectual, physical, social and emotional development of children and the provision of a caring and supportive learning environment. To this end, it recognises that it is essential that the safety, health, welfare and well-being of its students are safeguarded at all times when in the care of the School, its teachers, staff and volunteers.
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Class teachers are always available to assist with academic issues and to talk to as a caring adult about issues of concern.
The Preparatory School has a registered Psychologist who provides support and assistance for children with special educational needs.
As an Anglican foundation, Guildford Grammar School has a moral responsibility to its staff, students and parents to maintain a safe physical and emotional educational environment; the use of the Internet and Information Communication Technologies (ICT) and a number of related cybersafetyissues included.
The School has a fully-equipped Medical Centre
, with a 12 bed ward. It is staffed by qualified nursing staff, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day during the academic term. The medical centre staff are available to deal with medical issues and to discuss personal problems in a confidential manner.