Students at Point Clare Public School are expected to move into their learning spaces in the school’s new buildings in November.
Mr Scott Campbell, Point Clare Public School’s new principal, said the necessary electrical infrastructure for the new buildings was expected to be put in place by around Friday, February 12.
As a result, security fencing around the perimeter of the school’s current construction zone will be moved back several metres. “This will give us all a little more room to move,” Mr Campbell said.
“Additionally we now have approval from asset management to move some much-needed bubblers,” he said. “This year, you will hear the teachers and I talk about milestones quite often.
“Milestone number four on our building plans is the anticipated movement of students to their learning spaces in the new buildings during mid-November. “I believe this is a very exciting time for the school and I absolutely cannot wait to see the final product.”
Newsletter, Feb 9, 2016 Scott Campbell, 17