Hurstville Public School gets $7.1 million upgrade

Published 21st May, 2014 in Education, Education

A new $7.1 million two-storey, 11 classroom block has been opened at Hurstville Public School.

Premier Baird, Education Minister Adrian Piccolo with teachers and students
Premier Baird, Education Minister Adrian Piccolo with teachers and students

The newly-built classroom block is part of a series of improvements made to the school. Hurstville Public School students at the school will also benefit from:

  • 7 refurbished classrooms,
  • 2 new practical activities areas,
  • an upgraded administration block, and
  • 2 all-new undercover play areas.

Other improvements also include a new lift for disabled access and a new staff car park.

Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli described the opening of these new facilities as one of many “significant projects that have been completed, or are underway at NSW schools”.

“The facilities at Hurstville Public School are an excellent example of how the NSW Government is catering for the changing needs of schools”, Mr Piccoli said.

Image caption: Premier Baird, Education Minister Adrian Piccolo with teachers and students

Published 21st May, 2014 in Education, Education