The Hon Anthony Byrne MP attended the official opening of the new multipurpose hall and classrooms at St Paul Apostle South School in Endeavour Hills, built as part of the Australian Government’s Building the Education Revolution (BER).
St Paul Apostle South School received $2.125 million under the National School Pride (NSP) program and Primary Schools for the 21st Century (P21) elements of the BER.
The Hon Anthony Byrne MP congratulated St Paul Apostle South School on their new facilities and spoke of the benefit to both the school and local community.
‘It has been fantastic to see the principal, school staff, parents and tradespeople working together to deliver these important projects. Now that they are completed, teachers and students in our local schools will be teaching and learning in 21st Century facilities that they so richly deserve.’
‘I am delighted to celebrate the opening of this multipurpose hall and to witness first hand, the impact this has had on this school and the broader community.
‘I am also delighted to announce that this particular project supported the employment of over a hundred workers from the building and construction industry. This is what we strived to achieve – this is the essence of the Economic Stimulus Plan,’ Anthony Byrne MP said.