Upgrade work commences at Cranebrook High

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Construction is underway on the upgrade of Cranebrook High School.

Plans for the upgrade include delivering a new building with three new classrooms, a shared learning space, a seminar room and a covered outdoor learning area (COLA).

Construction is expected to be completed in mid-2022.

Penrith MP Stuart Ayres said these great new facilities will benefit not just the school but the wider Cranebrook community.

“We want students to have the best education possible, and providing new and modern facilities gives them those opportunities,” Mr Ayres said.

“I look forward to watching construction progress and seeing the upgrades finished.”

Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell said providing high-quality school facilities is a key part of the NSW Government’s commitment to building on the state’s world class education system, and prioritising public schools.

“I’m very pleased that the NSW Government is delivering this project for Cranebrook students,” Ms Mitchell said.

The Development Application (DA) for the project was recently approved by Penrith City Council and construction has commenced. Site establishment was recently completed, which included the installation of site facilities, temporary fencing and the establishment of environment controls.

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