- New $1.5 million North Morley Primary School library completed ahead of schedule
- Students will benefit from the brand-new modern library with vibrant learning spaces
- McGowan Government election commitment delivered
A new $1.5 million library at North Morley Primary School will become the hub for learning at the school, with the latest technology and flexible spaces designed for collaboration.
The new facility, officially opened today, was a McGowan Government election commitment and delivered two months ahead of schedule.
It will provide an inspiring environment for students to come together to read, work, research and collaborate with their peers in flexible and creative learning areas.
Staff will also be able to make use of the modern technologies for professional learning and development.
The new facilities will help the school continue its path of success and growth as it becomes an Independent Public School in 2019.
North Morley Primary School has families from many different ethnic and cultural groups, with students speaking more than 30 different languages.
As stated by Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery:
“This fantastic new library will give students the opportunity to be curious learners with modern technologies at their fingertips.
“It will equip them to build the skills, knowledge and confidence they need for the next step into secondary school.
“The State Government is committed to investing in public schools across Western Australia to ensure all students get a high-quality education no matter where they live.”
As stated by Morley MLA Amber-Jade Sanderson:
“Having a new, exciting space, fitted with the latest innovative technology, will be of huge benefit to students and staff.
“This was an important election commitment to ensure local kids had modern and vibrant facilities that inspire them to learn.
“I know this library will be a well-used and much-loved part of North Morley Primary School.”