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The school has three teaching blocks containing double classrooms, which are used as single rooms by moving the folding wall across, this allows for a variety of teaching methods to be adopted.
A double unit Preschool is on site.
Our Librarian ensures that the Gray School Community is provided with an efficient facility that:
The Intervention Centre is located in the centre of school and is currently used for a variety of learning units and the breakfast club.
A refurbishment of this building took place in 2012/13 and it now houses a dedicated student computer lab, Multi/Mini Lit Learning Unit, The Gray Family Centre community room and student/community cooking facility.
Our indoor assembly area and sports facility is a great space for the whole school to come together for events. It has recently been fitted with two giant fans, which provide a great airflow for those warmer days.
Gray Primary School has been extremely lucky in having their school oval upgraded to a major soccer facility and boasts 2 senior and 3 junior ovals, together with professional grandstand and club rooms. This sporting facility is a magnificent bonus to the school.
Our shaded netball & basketball courts are used daily by classes undertaking physical activity and during inter-school sports challenges.
With 6 themed playgrounds across the school there is plenty of variety for all age groups.
In late 2010 Gray School commenced developing our fruit & vegetable garden including chicken coop, which consists of:
Students participate on a daily basis in establishing and maintaining the garden. This project provides a holistic approach to children's environmental learning by providing real-life natural experiences including conceptual exploration of living things, life-cycling, recycling, food webs and important lessons on co-operation, ownership, respect and responsibility.
The garden provides an opportunity to investigate recycling as nature's way of cleaning up the world and the impact of humans on this process.
The school has five teaching blocks each with two double classrooms, which can be converted to single rooms by moving the folding wall across, allowing a variety of teaching methods to be adopted.
A double transportable classroom was moved onto the grounds in 1998/99 to cater for increasing enrolments.
A double unit Preschool is on site
Adjoining the school is the Gray Childcare Centre and Community Hall.
The school has a multi-purpose shelter (hall) that is regularly used for assemblies, sporting activities and hired to the community.