Architect appointed to design upgrades at Hampton Senior High School

  • Architect firm Mode has been appointed to design refurbishments at Hampton Senior High School
  • Architects to design upgrades to create modern art classrooms
  • Refurbishments are expected to start in mid-2021 
  • Architect firm Mode has been appointed to design a $500,000 refurbishment for classrooms at Hampton Senior High School in Morley.

    The project includes refurbishing art and visual art classrooms to provide a modern learning environment for students.

    These upgrades are part of the McGowan Government’s WA Recovery Plan.

    As stated by Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery:

    “It is important to improve school facilities to ensure more students have access to a high-quality learning environment.

    “The refurbished classrooms at Hampton Senior High School will match the great learning opportunities available for students.”

    As stated by Bassendean MLA Dave Kelly:

    “Hampton Senior High School is already delivering a strong arts program for students, particularly with their specialised dance program.

    “Refurbishments to their visual arts classrooms will be a great way for students to expand their arts education.”

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