College receives funding to improve access

Brisbane Water Secondary College Woy Woy campus has received funds to help upgrade its facilities, as part of the NSW Government’s Minor Capital Works Program.

Works will involve contrast markings and a threshold ramp for an existing support class.

Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Adam Crouch, said the funding would go towards new classrooms, accessibility upgrades and car park modifications for 14 schools across the Coast.

“The funding in this program is being distributed across NSW’s 2,200 public schools and I am delighted that schools from one end of the Central Coast to the other are receiving a fair share,” Crouch said.

“This is welcome news for these 14 local schools after what has been a very tough Term 3 of online learning.”

Coast-wide, works include student drop-off zones at Kincumber Public and High Schools, air cooling and tapware modifications at Brooke Avenue Public School, CCTV at Tuggerah Public School, and a disabled student drop-off zone at Wyoming Public School.

Media release, Sep 21
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Adam Crouch