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Oatley Public School receives $80,000 from the NSW Government

Oatley Public School has received $80,000 from the NSW Government under the 2022 Community Building Partnership Grant program.

This funding will assist the school with Stage 2 of their North site development plan which will see the leveling of a sloped area of school grounds and the installation of retaining walls, drainage and synthetic grass.

Member for Oatley, Mark Coure was pleased to welcome this funding, highlighting the important of small community projects which enrich the lives of local residents.

“Oatley Public School is a fantastic local school which prides itself on providing their students with the facilities that they deserve and I am thrilled that the school has received a share of this annual grant program.” Mr Coure said.

“I want to thank the Oatley P&C and Principal Debbie Hunter for their advocacy on this project and look forward to seeing the kids enjoy this brand new play space.”

The Community Building Partnership program has funded more than 18,000 community projects since it commenced in 2009.

The grant program seeks to fund grassroots community project which have significant benefit to the local schools, community groups and organisations.

For more information about the NSW Government’s Community Building Partnership Program, please visit