Seaforth Primary School upgraded administration building opened

  • More than $1 million in alterations and additions to Seaforth Primary School administration building opened
  • Facilities include new meeting rooms, welcoming foyer and two workrooms for teachers
  • Part of McGowan Government’s $1.5 billion school infrastructure spend 
  • Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery today officially opened the upgraded $1 million administration building at Seaforth Primary School.

    The administration upgrade includes a meeting room for interviews with parents and other community members, a welcoming foyer leading to the front office desk, a medical room and two large workrooms for teachers.

    An upgraded office for administration staff and improved storage for administration and teaching resources round out the new facilities.

    The alterations to the facilities are part of the State Government’s Maintenance Blitz stimulus package.

    The upgrade is a welcome addition for administration and teaching staff, and the new dedicated space will further enhance staff collaboration and learning outcomes for students.

    Improvements were part of the McGowan Government’s $200 million Maintenance Blitz.

    As stated by Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery:

    “As a Government we are investing significantly into making schools better in Western Australia.

    “This upgrade at Seaforth Primary School will help staff provide students with the very best learning opportunities.”

    As stated by Southern River MLA Terry Healy:

    “I am thrilled to see such a commitment to public education in our community and I want to ensure kids in our area continue to have access to the best learning facilities.

    “Seaforth Primary School was opened in 1972 so this modernisation of the administration building is a wonderful addition for the school.”

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