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New school for Madora Bay officially opened

  • $25.8 million Madora Bay Primary School can
    accommodate 650 students
  • Part of Cook Labor Government’s $1.5 billion school
    infrastructure program
  • Construction supported local jobs and the

Education Minister Tony
Buti today opened the $25.8 million Madora Bay Primary School.

The school is the first
in the suburb of Madora Bay and can accommodate 650 students from Kindergarten
to Year 6.

There is a dedicated Kindergarten
and Pre-primary block, administration block with dental therapy facilities, two
double-storey general classroom blocks, an inclusive education classroom, art
and science room, a library and staff room.

Facilities also include a
conference room, covered assembly block with music room and canteen, an oval, hardball
courts, cricket nets and car park.

The school currently has
128 students in Kindergarten to Year 6 with enrolments expected to increase.

It was designed by Carabiner
and built by Universal Constructions Pty Ltd, creating local jobs and economic

Comments attributed to Education Minister Tony Buti:

“The project is part of our significant $1.5 billion infrastructure
program to deliver better public schools across Western Australia.

“Not only are the
facilities first class, but outstanding staff have been employed, making this
school a very special place for the local community.” 

attributed to Mandurah MLA David Templeman:

“Madora Bay Primary
School is a long-awaited modern school in our rapidly growing northern suburbs
of Mandurah.

“This wonderful
site has been transformed since the sod was turned and it’s hard to believe
that what was an empty space is now a thriving hub for learning.”