Seventeen new and upgraded schools will open for the first day of Term 1 2019, providing almost 400 new classrooms for students across NSW.
The infrastructure project includes eight new schools and nine major upgrades. The project is part of a $6 billion investment into school infrastructure that will deliver new schools, educational facilities and classrooms.
New and upgraded schools opening Term 1 2019
- Ballina Coast High School – new school, including 69 new classrooms
- Bardia Public School – major upgrade, including 40 new classrooms
- Bella Vista Public School – new school (stage 1), including 20 new classrooms
- Bolwarra Public School – major upgrade, including 10 new classrooms
- Cammeraygal High School – new senior campus site, including 30 classrooms
- Cleveland St Intensive English – new school location, including 23 new classrooms and specialist learning spaces
- Farrer High School – major upgrade, including a new technology building and boarding accommodation
- Hunter School of Performing Arts – major upgrade, including new performing art facilities, a new gymnasium and new outdoor sports courts
- Homebush West Public School – major upgrade, including 26 new classrooms and a rooftop playground
- Lindfield Learning Village – new school (stage 1), including learning spaces for up to 350 students
- Manly Vale Public School – major upgrade, including 40 new classrooms
- Marie Bashir Public School – major upgrade, including 18 new classrooms
- North Kellyville Public School – new school, including 40 new classrooms
- Rainbow Street Public School – major upgrade, including 35 new classrooms
- Randwick Public School – major upgrade, including 10 new classrooms
- Yawarra Community School – new school with four state-of-the-art learning spaces for special needs students
- Yandelora School – new school with 16 new classrooms to cater for students with moderate to severe disabilities.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the NSW Government is delivering world-class schools across the state.
“We are delivering the largest investment in public education infrastructure in the history of NSW,” Ms Berejiklian said.
In addition to the school infrastructure program, $847 million is being spent on school maintenance over four years, along with $500 million to provide air conditioning to more classrooms.