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New multi-purpose building completed at Hurstville Grove Infants school

Hurstville Grove families will benefit from the NSW Government’s record school infrastructure investment, with the delivery of a new multi-purpose learning space for Hurstville Grove Infants School.

Member for Oatley, Mark Coure, said the school community was so excited that these facilities are now open and they look forward to using it for many more years to come.

“This new flexible learning space is an outstanding development and it can also be used as a special programs room or an out of school hours care service for 30 children,” Mr Coure said.

“I am very pleased that this project has now been completed for the benefit of our wonderful students, staff and families.”

“A special thank you to the always dedicated Principal of Hurstville Grove Infants School, Kylie Mckinnon and the entire P&C team for their persistence in ensuring this project happened.”

“The NSW Government is working hard right across the state to improve the infrastructure at our local schools, with funding for significant upgrades to learning spaces, halls, libraries, canteens and playgrounds,” Mr Coure said.

Minister for Education, Sarah Mitchell, said the project was in addition to the NSW Government’s commitment to deliver more than 200 new and upgraded schools over four years.

“We are strengthening the state’s education system through the largest investment in public education infrastructure in the history of NSW. This includes building new schools but also upgrading current infrastructure.”

“The improvements at Hurstville Grove Infants School demonstrate a long-term commitment to taking care of existing schools and providing students and teachers with the very best educational facilities,” Minister Mitchell said.

The NSW Government is investing $7 billion over four years to deliver more than 200 new and upgraded schools to support communities across NSW in addition to a record $2.8 billion being spent on capital works for the education cluster. This is the largest investment in public education infrastructure in the history of NSW.

To keep up to date with other local school infrastructure projects, please visit: https://www.schoolinfrastructure.nsw.gov.au/.