Featuring a 200-seat theatre, two separate teaching areas with sprung floors and a flexible learning area, the new $5 million Performing Arts Centre will be tailor-built to the needs of our drama, dance and music students.
As part of the project, our school gymnasium will also get an upgrade with the current court extended and resurfaced and a new weights room created.
For more information on this project, visit the Department for Education website.
In 2020, our English and Humanities building was repainted, glass updated and carpets replaced along with the installation of hot-desk areas in the main foyer to encourage independent work.
In 2018, a new science building was commissioned with state-of-the-art labs and teaching equipment to enrich the curriculum of our science classes. Each classroom is fitted with a smart board and transformable desks, allowing students to adapt the space to fit their needs.
In 2019, renovations were completed on the school's Maths building. Featuring new classrooms and flexible shared learning areas, the building gives students the space to work both in- and outside of traditional learning settings.