Hindmarsh were delighted to welcome the Deputy Premier and Minister for Education and Early Learning, Prue Car and Member for Monaro, Steve Whan onsite at the Jerrabomberra High School, NSW.
Once complete, the Jerrabomberra High School will boast modern, flexible learning spaces for 500 year 7 to 10 students. The campus consists of three (3) main school buildings, which include 24 flexible learning spaces and three (3) support learning spaces, a new library, science labs, multi-purpose hall, canteen, sports courts, covered outdoor learning area (COLA), outdoor space and administration facilities.
Hindmarsh Senior Project Manager, James Last said, “The Hindmarsh project team were delighted to welcome Prue Car, Steve Whan and other esteemed guests to the Jerrabomberra High School construction site. The project is in its final stages, with fit out and external works well underway. Excitement levels are building across the whole project team ahead of school operations commencing day one, term one next year!”
Part of the Monaro Cluster of Schools, the Jerrabomberra High School will help address increased educational demand created by rapid growth in surrounding residential developments.
Read the full NSW Government press release here.