It is imperative that the students also meet their requirements. OPAL Cards must be used to tap on and off. For further information and to apply for a School Opal Card, you may call 131 500 or apply online at https://www.opal.com.au/en/about-opal/opal-for-school-students. Added to this, students must ensure that they are using the correct bus service and not getting on the wrong bus as this impacts on other girls who are not able to use that service due to overcrowding on the bus. Over the next couple of weeks, I am working with the Western Regional Manager to develop a system that will ensure the students are getting on the correct bus service which will be based on the postcode of residence for each student.
This week the College commenced further building refurbishment of general learning spaces on the top floor of the Chanel building.
This refurbishment will create two additional classrooms to the current space. On completion, the space will feature 8 classrooms and a large breakout space. The classrooms will feature glass and whiteboard walls to enhance different ways of learning and allow for light filled spaces. Retractable walls will allow the opportunity for larger spaces to be created for team teaching and House/Year meetings.
The roofline will be extended to provide shade cover over Futuna Terrace and additional shade cover will be added to other playground spaces.
Below are 3D images that provide an artists impression of the works.
Dr Anne Ireland, Principal
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