Construction has started on a major upgrade at West Byford Primary School which will deliver a new general classroom teaching block.
Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery was at the school today to see firsthand the $2 million facilities being built.
The new teaching block will replace the existing transportable classrooms and provide additional permanent facilities for students in this growing local area.
The teaching block will include four general classrooms, internal activity area, staff study, student toilets, assisted access toilet, store room, cleaner’s room and a covered outdoor area.
Carabiner Architects has been appointed to design the new building which is supporting approximately seven jobs.
Construction is expected to be completed in January 2022.
This project is part of the McGowan Government’s Recovery Program investing $492.2 million for upgrades and refurbishments at public schools around Western Australia.
As stated by Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery:
“These new facilities will provide students at West Byford Primary School with exciting opportunities to learn in the most up-to-date facilities.
“The McGowan Government is delivering upgrades to our schools, investing in our communities and creating local WA jobs.”
As stated by Darling Range MLA Hugh Jones:
“This is a rapidly growing area and I’m proud our government is delivering upgrades to ensure the school can continue to provide excellent educational opportunities.
“Access to high quality public education is so important for our community and I am committed to ensuring local families have that.”