Lenah Valley Primary School Major Upgrades Opened By Minister

Lenah Valley Primary School Major Upgrades Opened By Minister

Tasmania Minister for Education Jeremy Rockliff

Completion Of Major Upgrades To Lenah Valley Primary School

Victor P Taffa

Hodgman Government is delivering the biggest ever commitment to education infrastructure in Tasmania’s history.

Today I was pleased to officially open a significant redevelopment of Lenah Valley Primary School, Minister for Education and Training Jeremy Rockliff said.

“$3 Million project has provided invaluable modern learning environments that will benefit students and staff for years to come.”

Redevelopment includes:

  • 5 new classrooms,
  • 2 classrooms to be refurbished,
  • New outdoor play space.

All areas are designed to be multi-purpose, flexible spaces that will inspire all students to succeed as connected, resilient, creative and curious thinkers.

Project also included a natural exploratory play space with vibrant hands-on artwork.

“I congratulate project architect John Padas, Architects Design Haus, along with Fairbrother Murray Wise, who undertook construction for the project, for a fantastic and welcoming facility.” Minister Rockliff said.

A total of $176 Million is being invested across the state over the forward estimates in capital works which includes new schools, school upgrades, new Early Learning Hubs and school farm redevelopments.