Sneak Peek at our MPH Infill: Exciting Developments Unveiled

As anticipation builds for the unveiling of our Master Plan this July, we're thrilled to offer a sneak peek into one of its most exciting components: the Multi-Purpose Hall (MPH) infill. This preview gives a glimpse into the innovative enhancements that will shape the future of education from Prep to Year 12 within our school community.

The MPH infill development promises a host of transformative features, each designed to enrich the educational experience and foster holistic growth among our students. Here's a glimpse of what's in store:

  • Music Classroom: A dedicated space for nurturing musical talent and fostering creative expression
  • Music Tutor Rooms: Seven individual spaces designed to provide personalised instruction and support for budding musicians
  • Band Room: A hub for collaborative music-making and ensemble rehearsals, fostering teamwork and camaraderie
  • Recording Studio: This studio offers students the opportunity to produce professional-quality recordings and explore the realm of audio production
  • Dance and Drama Studio: Designed to accommodate both classroom instruction and extra-curricular performances, this versatile space adapts to the evolving needs of our dynamic arts programs
  • Strength and Conditioning Gym: Catering to the physical wellbeing of our students, this facility enhances our sports programs and promotes a culture of health and fitness.

With each component carefully crafted to align with our educational vision, the MPH infill embodies our commitment to providing students with diverse opportunities for growth and enrichment.

As we prepare to unveil the finalised Master Plan, we invite our school community to join us in celebrating this significant milestone. Together, we will embark on a journey toward a future where learning knows no bounds.

Stay tuned for updates as we continue to share the progress of our Master Plan and the transformative impact it promises to bring to our school community.

[🎥Video courtesy of McLellan Bush Architects]