State-of-the-art facilities on their way to Boonah school


ALL Saints’ School students will benefit from a $3.5 million upgrade to their Boonah school, as part of new funding announced.  

The Brisbane Catholic Education (BCE) school will receive the major upgrade as part of the Australian Government’s Capital Grants Program (CGP) for non-government schools.  

 The facility upgrade will include a new administration building and new classrooms including Prep room, multipurpose room, general learning areas, extension to existing library, construction of new learning support space, uniform store, technology area, sports store, PWD amenity and staff amenities. 

All Saints’ School Acting Principal Robert Campbell said state-of-the-art learning is on its way to All Saints’ School classrooms. 

“The upgrades will help move our school and community forward by providing quality learning spaces which will supersede the offerings of most inner-city schools.” 

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Mr Campbell added “the digital learning spaces will provide the technology the next generation needs to take their communities forward.” 

“These spaces move away from the old ways of learning, where students would sit in rows,” he said. 

“The new general learning areas are bright and open plan and include flexible furniture with indoor and outdoor break out areas where contemporary learning can take place.” 

When speaking about the Boonah area Mr Campbell said, “the new facilities will help support future growth within the Boonah catchment.” 

“The Boonah area is projected to experience an increase of more than 4,000 additional persons by 2041 – 136 of which are primary aged,” he said. 

“These upgrades are a major opportunity for our school community to grow and keep up with community demand.  

“The works will be completed by first day back to school 2024, and we welcome new prospective parents who want their children to learn in state-of-the-art spaces which inspire creativity and a love of learning. 

“This is not just for our school but for our whole community, and once complete will be a unique offering to students in our region.” 

The works are due to be completed by January 2024. 

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