Work Begins at William Cowper
Exciting news at Calrossy this week with preparation work well underway on the new multi-use classroom block at the William Cowper Campus.
Tamworth-based construction company, P J Truman, is on site and already made major inroads into the preparations for the project.
The new classroom block, will be due for completion at the end of 2020, and ready or classes in January 2021. The $4.1 million prject will deliver fresh flexible learning areas for our students, including a Performing Arts area, Design and Technology classrooms, four Science labs, general classrooms, plus storage prep and student and staff amenities.
The new building forms Stage 1 of Calrossy's Masterplan and its committment to the Diamond Model, which will see the School undergo a restructure in 2021. Year 7 to Year 9 students, both boys and girls, will be taught on the William Cowper Campus, however they will remain in gender specific classes.
The Brisbane Street Campus will become a senior co-ed campus, with students from Year 10 to 12.
Anyone interested in reading more about these changes can click here for the Principal’s Statement providing important information about the structure. Calrossy is committed to enhancing and implementing our unique ‘Diamond Model’, consisting of boys and girls learning Together (Primary), Independent (Years 7 – 9) and Together (Years 10 -12).
Today we received some fantastic news from Calrossy Alumni, Lucy Cantrill (Class of 2017). Lucy is currently living in Sydney and attending the Sydney Conservatorium of Music where she is completing her third year of Music Education. Lucy has recently written and illustrated an interactive eBook ...
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