The Kings Meadows High School community are enjoying new and redeveloped learning facilities, as part of the Hodgman Liberal Government’s $110 million school infrastructure upgrade program.
As one of the schools benefiting from the biggest state investment in school infrastructure in over 20 years, the $8.3 million upgrades mean better and more inclusive learning areas for students and teachers, with a new library and digital learning centre, refurbished classrooms, new toilets which include disabled facilities, and a lift.
Congratulations to 6TY Degrees Architects along with Fairbrother who undertook the construction for the project for their excellent work in creating spaces that engage and support our students.
Kudos to the staff and students involved in the upgrades, who helped choose the designs and colours, as well as the artwork.
The Hodgman Liberal Government will continue to Build Your Future by investing in school infrastructure upgrades, driving economic growth and creating jobs from planning to construction.