St Albans East Primary School caters to a culturally diverse student population of approximately 390 and is located in a well established residential area of St Albans in the City of Brimbank.
I am delighted to open up our three new permanent modular buildings to our whole school community.
Architecturally designed we have worked closely with design teams to ensure our new buildings reflect St Albans East Primary School’s vision in providing an inclusive and engaging learning environment that nurtures personal and academic excellence. The project is now completed and includes two new learning centres, providing flexible STEM spaces and new general learning spaces for an integrated curriculum and project-based learning possibilities.
The third building features an Allied Health hub and Deaf Facility for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Also featured is a new administration block with collaborative working spaces for staff. Each learning space has been designed to cater for the needs of all students, with due consideration to class sizes, noise considerations and high-level acoustic treatment, and provision of withdrawal spaces for one-on-one learning.
St Albans East Primary School hosts the only primary Deaf Facility in the Western Metropolitan Region which caters for the specific learning needs of Deaf and Hard of Hearing children.