Fishing trips with pop, gardening with gran, and searching for rainbows in the sky with nona, are a few of the things Hanwood Public School students love to do with grandparents.
At their special Grandparents Day assembly, Hanwood Public students were asked to take to the stage and thank their grandparents for the cherished memories that they share.
The grandparents were then presented with artwork and a calendar before being serenaded by students.
Grandma Carla Ziliotto said although it was nice to be the one being spoiled for change, the nicest thing about being a grandparent "is having the little ones around again."
"Being able to look at those little faces and being able to hand them back, it's like you can borrow them and return them, I love it," Mrs Ziliotto said.
"There are a lot more resources than when I had my first-born for grandparents to be involved in the schooling."
Hanwood Public principal Monica St Baker said she believes with the amount of work parents are doing these days grandparents are more involved than ever in raising children.
"It's important we acknowledge grandparents, they have so much to do with getting children to school."
DO YOU WANT MORE GRIFFITH NEWS?
Receive our free newsletter delivered to your inbox every Monday morning. Sign up here.