Catholic Education South Australia

Building Programs

Our mission is to provide a learning culture that is creative, engaging and promotes growth for all children.  Our school premises play an important part in that goal.

We are delighted to be significantly investing in major capital works to provide contemporary environments for our students, enhancing their learning opportunities and wellbeing.

We currently have three capital projects in progress and our thanks to our students and the school community for your support and patience during the building works.  

Parish Hall Upgrade and Adventure Playspace

We are nearing the end of the Parish Hall renovations which will see this heritage listed building fully renovated with an upgraded kitchen and contemporary OSHC spaces.

Our top yard is being transformed into a wonderful adventure playspace with the equipment chosen by our students who workshopped their ideas with our team of architects.

This project is being funded by the school with support from a Government Grant.

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Parish Hall Upgrade and Adventure Playspace

Oval Upgrade and Multi-Sports Court

Following our recent purchase of additional land adjacent to the school, we are investing in extending our oval and installing a large multi-use sports court.

The fences have been erected, the lawn laid and work on the sports court is progressing.

We are excitedly watching this area evolve, providing great opportunities for extending our sports program and improving our students fitness and wellbeing.

Oval Upgrade and Multi-Sports Court

Learning Street

The next stage of our capital development works is to build new classrooms with a connected undercover area, the Learning Street.  This will utilise space behind our current rooms 3, 4 & 5.  This work is being undertaken with the support of a Government Grant and we are currently in the planning stage with our architects with the aim to begin works late 2022.

The learning spaces will: -

  • be flexible, varied and connected
  • provide students with choice in where and how they learn
  • be adapted to accommodate contemporary learning modes and technology
  • provide optimum learning conditions such as temperature, light and acoustics
  • support opportunities for independent learning in small and large groups
  • Support collaborative learning and teaching

This stage of our Project will provide various learning settings: - 

  • group learning encouraging collaboration and an inquiry approach to learning; 
  • presentation spaces to share acquired skills and knowledge;
  • seamless transitions to outdoor learning reflecting our focus of ecological conversion; 
  • display spaces to support, share and showcase learning; 
  • ready access to contemporary ICT resources enabling teachers and students to experiment with new learning tools and engage in joint learning experiences. 
Learning Street