The Jordan Springs Public School involved the construction of 27 new flexible learning spaces, a new library and hall, two covered outdoor learning areas and modern core facilities designed to allow additional classrooms in the future.
The new facilities reflect future-focused learning, creating warm, caring and innovative spaces. These environments offer flexibility, with teachers able to adapt spaces to accommodate small or large groups. The spaces are designed to allow students to use technology in a variety of settings and enhance their collaboration, communication, critical thinking, problem solving and creativity.
Around 300 students from years K-6 started at the new school on day one, term three, 2020. The school has the ability to support up to 600 students.
TSA worked with School Infrastructure NSW to provide end-to-end project management services. We successfully delivered the project within 10 months on time and under budget, providing the school with innovative new learning spaces. The project won the MBA NSW Excellence in Construction Award.
flexible learning spaces
covered outdoor learning areas
students from years K-6