News & Events

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

When the aroma of ginger, mixed spice, cinnamon, cloves, brown sugar, butter and vanilla are in the air, you know that it's Christmas time at FGPS. The Rec/1 Dragon's class worked like busy little elves, carefully giving gingerbread men splashes of icing clothing,...

Snap! Pop! Crunch! What’s in the garden?

It's a very exciting time of year in the FGPS garden, even our young trees are bearing fruit. Bountiful nectarines, plums, apricots and pears perched happily on young branches. The colourful array of fruit giving Ms. Maria endless ideas of recipes she can create...

Rolling Koalas – Satisfaction!

Whilst the year 6 Koalas were at aquatics last week, the year 5 Koalas stayed to cook up a treat. The dish on the menu was fresh fettuccine with sauteed spinach and garlic. Whipping up pasta dough is second nature to FGPS Koalas. Taking turns at rolling out sheets...

Year 6 Aquatics

Thursday the 24th of November was the perfect day for the year 6 students to participate in the Aquatics program at West Lakes Aquatic Centre. Students participated in the activities of kayaking, canoeing, sailing and surfing. The aim of the day was to develop a...

Premier’s Reading Challenge

  FGPS students were excited to complete the Premier's Reading Challenge for 2022, and even more excited to receive their certificates and medals. A big thank you to Matt Cowdrey MP - Member for Colton who visited our school to present the medals to each class...

Way2Go Bike Ed

Over the last 4 weeks the year 5/6 Koalas and year 4/5 Raptors have participated in Way2Go Bike Ed funded by the Department of Infrastructure and Transport.   Through participating in Way2Go Bike Ed, students: ·       Build their knowledge and understanding of...

Pandas Prefer Pizza

Last Friday the year 3/4 Panda's class learned that any creative project starts with a good base. This is also the case with pizza. Knowing when to be exact with a recipe, was required to make a good dough. Preparing the ingredients, activating the correct quantity...

Raptors bring their pets to school

Mr Beaufoy is always encouraging his year 4/5 Raptor's students when it comes to their beloved pets. They even have a Pet Photo Wall! Students have enjoyed bringing pets to school, sharing stories and learning about all kinds of different creatures, they call...

Sharing a meal with the Raptors

Mr Beaufoy's year 4/5 Raptors were very resourceful in last week's cooking class. Learning to harvest fresh veggies and herbs from the FGPS garden, adding left over ingredients from the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen fridge, and combining it all with freshly laid eggs...