Greenwich Public School

Partnership and Opportunity, Excellence and Success

Telephone02 9436 3217

Principal's Welcome

Welcome to Greenwich Public School.

At Greenwich Public School, we are committed to ensuring the success of every student through the provision of quality teaching and learning programs in an innovative environment that fosters respect, high expectation, and inclusion. Students will be empowered within a collaborative culture of positive partnership between staff, parents, and the wider community.

Our beautiful school is in a bushland setting and is spread over two campuses approximately 1.5km apart. Our Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2 students attend the Greenwich Road campus, and our Years 3 to 6 students attend the Kingslangley Road campus. Currently we have 22 classes including three support unit classes based over the two sites.

Our dynamic school culture delivers challenging programs that promote excellence and success. Highly qualified and enthusiastic staff teach in a well-resourced learning environment, providing outstanding educational learning opportunities for all students. Parents are valued as active partners in their child's education and there is a strong link between school and home. The community actively supports all school initiatives to ensure the best educational opportunities for all students.  

The staff at Greenwich Public School are committed to ensuring that every student has the best possible opportunity to achieve and feel academic success. The school offers a broad curriculum, including strong literacy and numeracy programs. It is known throughout the community for the wide variety of opportunities and excellence in creative arts as well as the outstanding science program provided to students at Greenwich Public School. The Positive Behaviour Engaging Learners (PBEL) program supports student wellbeing and contributes to a positive school culture.

At Greenwich Public School every student is known, challenged, and supported so that they can thrive and become engaged life-long learners. 

Callum Thomson