Hall Upgrade For Ross Park Primary School

Hall Upgrade For Ross Park Primary School

Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles 

Northern Territory Minister for Education Peter Chandler

Ross Park Primary School All-Weather Hall Upgrade

Victor P Taffa

Students and parents at Ross Park Primary School will benefit from a $1 Million upgrade to the school hall.

Chief Minister Adam Giles announced the 2016-17 budget commitment today as the Country Liberals Government continues to invest in modern education buildings in Central Australia.

“This is the latest step to improving our education facilities in Alice Springs providing students in Central Australia with world class education facilities and putting students first, so they can access schools with great facilities.” Chief Minister Adam Giles said.

“Teachers, parents and students have been asking for this upgrade and we are delighted to deliver the funding in the coming budget for an all-weather use and multipurpose hall.”

“Ross Park Primary School is a terrific learning environment and the Country Liberals Government wants to accommodate growing student numbers at assemblies, arts performances and provide more space for drama and dance.”

“Outside of school hours, the hall can also be an asset to provide a new space in the community for hire, for activities like martial arts, dance classes or wherever the need is.

“Under Labor our schools were falling apart, but this Government is investing in the future with the multi-million dollar Braitling School upgrades and  new preschool, the Larapinta Child and FamilyCentre, an athletics track and bus interchange at Centralian Middle School and an upgrade to the assembly hall at Sadadeen Primary School.”

NT Minister for Education Peter Chandler

NT Minister for Education Peter Chandler









Education Minister Peter Chandler said the Government has a strong focus on growing and renewing school facilities in the Territory.

“The Country Liberals Government is ensuring that every community has access to high quality education amenities and every child has the chance to succeed.” Minister Chandler said.

“We are committed to building the right infrastructure to support students in their education journey and into the future.”