Strive to excel
Adopt-a-Cowboy visits to inspire our school's representative teams.
Year 2c students experiment with water resistance.
School Leaders 2017
Tickets for our school musical, Shrek Jr, are on sale now.
Prep E developing coders and analytical thinkers of the future.
Year 2 students learn about caring for animals during the hot summer months.
Give the gift of reading this Christmas with a high quality novel from our Scholastic Book Fair.
Art puts a big smile on 2C faces
We are selling some of our surplus furniture. Great for a designated quiet work space at home.
Kirwan senior students learn about the importance of electrical safety in and around the house.
Story book characters flooded Kirwan for our Book Week Parade.
Award winning author Sally Murphy returns to Kirwan.
Renowned young fiction author Michael Gerard Bauer visited our school to inspire and mentor year 4...
Kirwan Team participate in Magpies Cup.
Defence Room Mural shows Military links to Townsville and Kirwan State School.
Turtle Foundation comes to Year 2
Year 2 students follow procedures while learning to write their own.
Science Week Celebrations - Week 6
Rugby League Champions for the second year in a row.
Robotics Club returns with all new robots and coding opportunities.
2C working with Damien Cumnar on an art project
Kirwan students participate in school fun run.
106.3 broadcast live from Kirwan SS
Kirwan formally welcomes it's 2016 school leaders.
Students starting school with a smile.
Year 2 students create medieval masterpieces as part of their technology assessment.
Students visit JCU to record our school song.
Kirwan State School students celebrate NAIDOC day.
Renowned children's author Sally Murphy visits Kirwan.
Ergon Energy chose Kirwan SS to launch their Safety Heroes program.
Kirwan celebrates it's support staff.
Kirwan team North Queensland Champions.
Indian Runner Duck 'Naomi' flies in for a visit.
Kirwan teachers engage in focused, specific professional learning.
Instrumental music students perform for the Kirwan community.
Kirwan meets and adopts our new Adopt-a-Cop.
Kirwan P&C Members present educational items to the school.
Kirwan students team up with Bunnings to create a welcome garden
Students prepare a recipe for Grandma's Disgusting Sandwich.
Latest visit from our adopted North Queensland Toyota Cowboy, Johnathan Thurston
Reef Guardians look at Reef HQ
Kirwan Year 2's visit the museum at Jezzine Barracks to investigate the significance of the site to...
North Queensland League Champions
Our School Leaders welcome Constable Ben Wilson to the Kirwan State School community.
Year 10 Japanese Student Visit
Year 2B Reef Guardians do their bit to help the reef.
Youth band visit to share message of resillience and friendship with Kirwan staff and students.
Renowned artist Anna Mango visits Kirwan Primary to share her skills and ideas with students.
JT visits to share leadership insights
Kirwan swimmers win C schools carnival
Kirwan Primary inducts new school school leaders for 2014
Fire fighters visit Kirwan as part of fire safety program.
Kirwan year 2 students investigate life cycles using an engaging, hands on approach.
Adopt-a-cop visits Kirwan to spend time with students.
Kokugakuin High School students visit Kirwan Primary.
Kirwan's Adopt a Cowboy Johnathan Thurston Visits to share a story with prep students.
Kirwan school leaders recieve their badges at a special presentation.
Kirwan students excel in international testing.
Next Byte present Kirwan with an iPad to be used as a prize in the upcoming fete.
Kirwan students remember Australian soldiers at ceremony.
Jonathan Thurston arrives to present a class energy award.
Kokogakuin school children visit Kirwan Primary
Kirwan High choir singers entertain Kirwan Primary students
Kirwan children all did an exceptional job of presenting their dance pieces choreographed by Mrs...
Kirwan runners compete in the 2012 fun run
Kirwan bookfair arrives and is ready for business.
Kirwan swimmers strive to excel at local swimming carnival.
Hot FM's Cliffo and Tiarna present Kirwan Primary School with a plasma TV.
Swimming carnival was a sucess despite the added water.
Kirwan's Creche and Kindegarten Association Kindy opens it's doors.
© The State of Queensland (Department of Education and Training) 2017