Lenah Valley Primary School To Be Upgraded

Lenah Valley Primary School To Be Upgraded

Tasmania Minister for Education and Training Jeremy Rockliff

Tender Advertised For School Upgrades

Victor P Taffa

Minister for Education and Training Jeremy Rockliff said today that a significant building tender has been advertised for Lenah Valley Primary School.

“That will see our current and future Lenah Valley Primary School students enjoy high-quality education facilities that meet the needs of modern learners.” Mr. Rockliff said.

This tender will see the construction of

  • New classrooms,
  • Staff offices,
  • Breakout spaces,
  • Redevelopment of existing classrooms.

 

“A total of $110 Million will be invested over four years to upgrade facilities at schools around the state to ensure students have access to contemporary and flexible facilities, to discover a path to their future career.”

“Hodgman Government has a goal to lead the nation in education and to do this we are prioritising investment into our schools and conducting the most extensive capital works in 20 years.” Mr. Rockliff said.

Across the forward estimates, 2016-17 Budget provides the biggest state investment in Government School infrastructure in 20 years building our education future by upgrading schools while growing the Tasmanian economy.

“This Government is Building Tasmania’s Future with strategic investment in our state’s infrastructure that will drive economic growth and create jobs, from planning to construction.” Mr. Rockliff said.