Student Support Structures

Anti-Bullying Policy

It is a fundamental right of every young person to feel safe in the school environment.Guildford Grammar School has developed policies, procedures and practices to ensure as much as possible that any child is emotionally and physically safe. The Anti-Bullying Policy explains the policy and procedures in place at Guildford Grammar School to reduce/eliminate bullying behaviour in the School. Click here to view the Anti-Bullying Policy.
Pastoral care at Guildford Grammar SchoolChaplain

The School Chaplain is available for individual confidential counselling. For further information contact Father Barry Moss on 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.

Social and Emotional Wellbeing

We have developed a comprehensive Social and Emotional Wellbeing Framework that can be viewed here.

Click here to view our Child Protection Policy

Class Teachers

Class teachers are always available to assist with academic issues and to talk to as a caring adult about issues of concern.

The School Counsellors are registered Psychologists and are available for confidential counselling and general counselling for individuals and groups on any issues of concern. For further information contact Ms Linsey Allen on or (+61 8) 9377 9244.

Cybersafety Agreement

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 cybersafety issues included. 
Director of Teaching and Learning

The Director of Teaching and Learning is available to offer specific information about subject choices, programs of study, timetable issues, study skills, Curriculum Council matters and Tertiary Institution Services Centre matters. For further information, please contact Dr Julie Harris on or call (08) 9377 9251.
Heads of Houses

Senior School students are assigned to one of eight Houses. Each House has a Head of House who gets to know each of the students in his/her House through formal interview and incidental contact. The Head of House works with each student in their care to establish specific goals aimed at enhancing their achievements in a broad range of pursuits.
Student support structuresHouse Prefects

Each House has selected and elected student representatives, who assist the Head of House in the running of the House. These Prefects are able to support and nurture all other students within their House and can be sought out by House members to provide information, provide support and advice or as a conduit for ideas and suggestions to the Housemaster.
Medical Centre

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 staff of the Medical Centre is available for the students to deal with medical issues and to discuss personal problems in a confidential manner. For more information the Medical Centre can be contacted on (+61 8) 9377 9211.

Within each House, there is an assigned staff member responsible for each of the year groups within the House. This Mentor, meets with their mentor group up to 3 times per week for extended periods and gets to know the individual students in their care very well. They are required to closely monitor the overall academic progress of the students in their care. They check diaries and work files and engage the students in discussion of issues related to School or the broader community.  They are available for individual counselling of students if needed. 
Peer Support Leaders

A number of the Year 11 students in each House are trained as Peer Support Leaders. They work once a week in the first semester on a specific program of activities with Year 7 students to assist them with their induction into the Senior School and on developing their self esteem and relationship base within the year group and across the House. 
School Prefects

School Prefect are student elected representatives of the student body. One of their key roles is to be a voice for the student body and as such any concerns or ideas a student may have can be directed through any of the Prefects they may know or associate with to the School Administration. They have a responsibility to look out for and support their fellow students.