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News from the Principal Dr.John Kennard

22 May 2015

As you are aware, we shall be upgrading facilities at the Limanowskiego campus over the next twelve months. 


The first part of the redevelopment plan will see the removal of the Technical Building (work shed).  I am sure you would agree that this building is unsightly and not in keeping with its surroundings.  The building will be removed in two stages.  Two thirds will be demolished this weekend.  The remaining third, housing the electrical sub-station, will be removed next year.  The school has already submitted plans with the relevant government department for the sub-station to be relocated to the periphery of the campus. 


The contractor has informed the school that the demolition works will be completed by early next week.  The site shall then be turned into a grass / soft fall playground for the Primary School and will be a distinctive feature at the very centre of our campus.  I trust that the outcome shall more than compensate for any inconvenience experienced over the coming four days.