A new two-storey classroom block and Special Education Unit at Mango Hill State School are ready for delivery, following the granting of full financial approval.
Acting Education Minister and State MP, Steven Miles, said these significant upgrades were being funded through the Palaszczuk Government’s record $667 million school infrastructure program in 2016-17.
“Our Government is investing $7.7 million, to deliver these additional facilities for Mango Hill State School,” he said.
The two-storey junior learning block includes four prep spaces, five classrooms, a staff room and an outdoor learning area.
The new Special Education Unit will feature a life skills area, withdrawal space, staff room and outdoor learning areas.
“We are on track to deliver the new facilities for the start of the Term 1 2018 school year. Design and concept plans have been developed and now, with full financial approval being granted, the project will proceed to tender,” said Steven Miles MP.
Steven Miles MP with a Mango Hill State School student and parent.
Member for Murrumba Chris Whiting welcomed the news that the facilities were one step closer to delivery.
“Mango Hill is a fast growing community and the local primary school is a vital asset to families from the area,” he said.
“The new junior learning block and Special Education Unit will assist in catering for enrolment growth. I’m very pleased to have been advocating for these additional facilities at Mango Hill State School.”