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The school also has a new website - take a look here.
This exciting development incorporates the old Albert Park Signal Depot and Drill Hall heritage buildings, alongside modern new facilities including a double-storey learning communities building and a competition-grade gym.
Design and development of the school was overseen by a New School Planning Group made up of parents, educational experts, project planners and representatives from the community.
The repurposed Drill Hall houses four learning communities, a library, a dedicated art/science/technology space, specialist music areas, a flexible exhibition space and a student canteen.
The Mess Hall contains the reception, leadership and administration areas. Existing West and East Houses have also be opened up for learning facilities.
All facilities were designed with an environmentally sustainable approach. New insulation was used in the ceilings of the older building whenever possible.
We've installed 2500L rainwater tanks to each of the residences and to the Drill Hall. These will be used by the school for toilet flushing and irrigation.
New buildings are naturally ventilated with openable windows, or use outside air fans or mechanical services where this is not possible.
Rosemary Cosentino has been appointed as the foundation principal of South Melbourne Park Primary School.
Contact Rosemary for to find about about what the new school can offer your child.
For questions about enrolments, please contact the principal, Rosemary Cosentino, at firstname.lastname@example.org. .
State-wide school zone maps are available at findmyschool.vic.gov.au.
Policies on enrolment, placement, and admission are available on the Department of Education and Training website.
This school, designed by Gray Puksand, was a finalist in the 2019 Victorian School Design Awards.
33 St Andrews Place
1800 896 950
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