Rowland Hassall School Welcomes In Students Following Completion Of Construction

Rowland Hassall School Welcomes In Students Following Completion Of Construction

New South Wales Minister for Education Rob Stokes

Community Celebrates Completion Of The New Rowland Hassall School

Victor P Taffa

Students at the new Rowland Hassall School celebrated they can now learn and play in top-quality education facilities, following an $18.6 Million building project delivered by the New South Wales Government.

New school in Chester Hill, which caters for students with special needs, is capable of accommodating up to 70 students from years 5 to 12.

New facilities include 10 state-of-the-art flexible learning spaces which can be adapted to suit different learning opportunities, allowing learning to cater to the needs of each individual student. The project has also delivered a new library, special program rooms, a commercial kitchen and a materials workshop.

 

Education Minister Rob Stokes toured the new school and joined the staff, students and their families in a Grand Opening celebration.

“Every child deserves the best education we can give them, and the new Rowland Hassall School delivers a new standard of education facilities for its students.” Minister Stokes said.

“I thank everyone who contributes to Rowland Hassall School for the incredible work you do every day, and hope these new facilities assist you to help your students thrive at school and into the future.”

New South Wales Government’s 2017-18 Budget included $4.2 Billion over 4 years the biggest investment in school infrastructure in the history of New South Wales.