The upgrade will provide quality learning spaces within a technology-rich, connected environment.
- a new building incorporating general learning spaces, visual arts and multimedia workshops
- conversion of existing visual arts and multimedia workshops in Block G into two new labs
- five general learning spaces to enable consolidation of science facilities.
“The work underway will be of quality consistent with the excellent academic reputation of the school,” said Education Minister Rob Stokes.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the expansion is part of the government’s record spending on public education infrastructure announced in the Budget.
“At hundreds of suburbs and towns across NSW over the next four years we will see more construction like this begin to provide 1500 new classrooms and 32,000 student places,” Ms Berejiklian said.
The new facilities are expected to be ready by the start of Term 2, April 2018.