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Building Works Master Plan – 2025 and beyond

 


The above video showcases the recent and upcoming works at the College and what they mean to our extended community. In the video, you’ll hear from our Head Prefect, Gabi Radic, Principal, Damian Messer, Director of Curriculum, Chelsea Mouritz and Chair of the Board, Melinda Anderson.

“The College Leadership team and Building Master Plan Committee have collaborated with IDW Architecture + Interiors to develop a College master plan, as we look towards 2025 and beyond.

We see the new Murphy鈥檚 Caf茅 outdoor seating and service area on the College Green as a game changer for senior students, providing an independent place for College life, outside the normal, everyday classroom experience,” Damian Messer, Principal.


As we embark on the 2024 academic year, we are thrilled to share with our community a sneak peek at some of our building and infrastructure works completed during the break. These works have been delivered in line with the College鈥檚 Strategic Plan for 2025 and beyond and are purposefully designed to enhance the learning and physical environments for our students.

They include a resurfaced top court, laid with artificial turf, to provide our Junior and Senior School students with access to an additional outdoor play space; classroom extensions and upgrades; the glass enclosure of the Senior School parapet, with external lockers and bench seating, and refurbishment of the Senior School textile classroom.

The Year 7 area has also undergone a facelift, featuring an updated locker space and Middle Years Coordinators鈥 office.

 


Videography and photography credit: Owen Fielding, OwenCo.Photo and The School Photographer.听

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四虎影视 is located on the traditional lands of the muwinina people of the South East Nation. We acknowledge and deeply respect the palawa people, the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community, and all Elders past and present. We are committed to learning alongside our students and community in this place, nipaluna, and support the continued sharing of knowledge and culture.