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Bicycles

Students must not ride their bikes within the school grounds. They must wear a helmet.

Bikes are locked in the bike enclosure for the duration of the school day.

Opening times:

  • 8.00 am to 9.00 am
  • 2.25 pm to 3.10 pm

Should students need to remove their bikes from the enclosure outside of the above hours, they must first sign out and collect a key from the Student Services Desk.

No responsibility is taken for lost/stolen bicycles. Students should ensure their bikes are secured with sturdy locks.

Public Transport

Girrawheen Senior High School is well serviced by public transport, with Transperth bus routes 365 and 375 both stopping directly at the school. To plan your journey to our school please visit the Transperth website for detailed maps and timetables.

Student Drop Off/Pick Up

There are two designated drop off/pick up areas:

  • School side of Calvert Way - near school main entrance
  • Off Girrawheen Ave - near Science building

Cars

Students who are licensed drivers are permitted to drive their own cars or scooters to school. Students and their parents/guardians need to sign and agree to the school's conditions of use. Students are not permitted to park vehicles within school grounds - there is ample street parking available on the school side of Calvert Way.

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Supporting White Ribbon Australia

17 November 2017

Supporting White Ribbon Australia

During the week of 20 November - 23 November, Girrawheen Senior High School will be supporting White Ribbon Australia's vision to build a future free from violence and abuse.

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SCHOOL WATCH

29 September 2017

SCHOOL WATCH

School watch encourages our school community to report any suspicious activity in and around our school grounds.

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09 August 2017

PARENT HANDBOOK

The Parent Handbook outlines the policies and operational procedures at Girrawheen Senior High School and contains important information for parents to support their child throughout the school year.

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