The current Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2 classrooms at Holy Trinity will undergo an extensive renewal this term as part of the school’s commitment to the provision of contemporary learning opportunities for its students.
Principal Val Thomas said the refurbishment would give children greater access to the latest technology in their classrooms.
Resources including iPads and Macbooks will further enhance literacy and numeracy skills and make learning even more exciting and challenging.
New operable walls between classrooms will allow adjoining rooms to be opened up for flexible use and bright pin board on internal walls will create an airy and colourful learning environment.
DRA Architects from Grafton have been appointed and after an exhaustive process, the Catholic Schools Office has awarded the tender to local building company, Dominico Blue.
Dave Leighton, an Education Facilities Planner from Sydney, will oversee the refurbishment as its Project Manager.
Funded by the NSW Catholic Block Grant Authority and a contribution by the school, the project will see the internal areas of existing two blocks of classrooms transformed into dynamic new spaces.
Work on site has commenced, with the project due for completion at the end of April.