Building works at Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Primary School, Wyoming, have been progressing steadily, with Principal, Frank Cohen, hopeful that students will be able to occupy the new building from the start of Term 2.
“After our most recent meeting with our architect and builder, we’re very confident that we will be able to occupy the new premises from day one of next term,” Cohen said.
“This means that in the upcoming break, each room will be fitted out with technology and furniture, ready for the students to use from next term onwards.
“This is very exciting news for all of the children in Year 1, 2, 3 and 4 who will occupy the new building.
“It will also mean that the demountables will be removed, the library will be back to full use, and we can create a brand new STEM room to house our robots, 3D printers and coding machines, ready for use daily by all classes.
“There will be some more work done on the basketball court which will be lined with synthetic grass, and the current playground equipment will also receive a much needed overhaul.
“Other Workplace Health and Safety works will also be undertaken on the existing double storey block, and a new drop off and play seating area will be constructed in the back car park.
Newsletter, Mar 20
Frank Cohen, Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Primary School, Wyoming