Principal's Welcome

I want to extend a very warm welcome to the Frederick Irwin Anglican School community for 2024. Whether you are already part of our vibrant community or new to Frederick Irwin Anglican School, I welcome you!  I feel honoured to be the Principal of this wonderful school and I look forward to welcoming you and your family to our community. 

Frederick Irwin Anglican School is a unique learning environment offering high-quality education situated on two campuses located in Meadow Springs and Halls Head.  We offer Kindergarten to Year 12 at Meadow Springs and Kindergarten to Year 6 at Halls Head.  Students are given a broad range of opportunities and experiences to develop their skills across a range of academic, performing arts, sport, service learning and co-curricular activities.  As an Anglican school, we foster academic endeavours and strive to develop the social, emotional, physical and spiritual lives of our students so they can make a difference in the lives of others through the opportunities they enjoy.  

Research shows us that students flourish when the relationship between home and school is strong, and we pride ourselves on the partnership we have with families.  Many of the current school parents were Frederick Irwin Anglican School students themselves.  What makes our school truly special is our dedicated staff, who go above and beyond, providing quality teaching and demonstrating genuine care for each student, celebrating their unique gifts. Our grounds, facilities and infrastructure are meticulously cared for, showing a sense of pride by each staff member.   

My vision, shaped through many years of research in education and business focuses on developing the whole child.   My vision is for each child to flourish through a sense of purpose and belonging, enabling them to achieve their potential, develop their gifts and have a heart for making a difference to others.   The vision is shown through four pillars;

  • Relationships – developing positive relationships through compassion, care and a sense of belonging
  • Mastery – providing quality academic success for every student through a range of pathways
  • Service – fostering a heart for others and looking at ways to make a difference across the community
  • Community – participating and contributing to the life of the school, church, community and the world as a whole.

These pillars complement our school values that are fostered throughout the school of; Respect, Responsibility, Honesty, Compassion, Courage, Inclusion. 

Frederick Irwin Anglican School has been providing high-quality education for over 32 years.  We treasure the success but are committed in finding ways to continually improve what we do.  This is reflected in our 2023-2026 Strategic Plan which has been developed through feedback from students, families and staff and through workshops with our School Council.  We are excited for the future and ensuring that we develop our students to be the best versions of themselves. I encourage you to visit our strategic plan by clicking here.

I encourage you to take the time and visit our website, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram page as it shows the life of the school, the beautiful experiences enjoyed by students and the care demonstrated by staff across the campus’.  Frederick Irwin Anglican School is an extraordinary place of joy, where students belong, and staff genuinely care.  I encourage you to book a tour and come and see for yourself. 

I wish you all a blessing and look forward to seeing you and your children at Frederick Irwin Anglican School. 

Mrs Tracey Gray

  • Frederick Irwin Anglican School is committed to child safety and protection, and expects all staff, volunteers, visitors to the School and contractors to respect and abide by all policies, procedures and practices developed and put in place by the ASC and/or the School in this regard.
— Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.)