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Tasmania Minister for Education and Training Jeremy Rockliff

Students To Benefit From Lilydale District High School Redevelopment

Victor P Taffa

Year 11 and 12 students’ learning has been enhanced by a new $425,000 development at Lilydale District High School, Minister for Education and Training Jeremy Rockliff said.

New facilities enable staff and students to undertake their study and work in a modern and welcoming environment.

Officially open today, the general learning area includes a new building housing:

  • Classroom,
  • Office area,
  • Outdoor deck,
  • Small kitchenette,
  • Toilets,
  • Wash area.

Building currently caters for VET Certificate II Horticulture and Agriculture students, providing them with a modern learning environment to complete the theoretical component of their studies. Following significant technology upgrades this will take their learning to the next level.

“This is just the latest example of the Hodgman Government’s commitment to delivering the state’s biggest investment in education infrastructure in 20 years.”

“Complementing our important Year 11-12 Extension School Program, these projects help send a clear message that school doesn’t finish at year 10.” Minister Rockliff said.


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