Inaburra School is nestled in a bushland setting at Bangor, in Sydney's South. The integrated campus accommodates approximately 960 boys and girls from Kindergarten to Year 12 in contemporary, well equipped buildings surrounded by large tracts of recreational space. A unique feature is the Media Centre which can operate as a live television studio. The award-winning primary classrooms are located on the upper campus, separated from the secondary complex by playing grounds. The school is well served by bus transport.
Performing Arts Centre
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Inaburra has just completed the construction of a Performing Arts Centre. We are very excited about this new project as it provides our students with fantastic facilities with which to extend upon the teaching and learning opportunities already in the school. We look forward to the next Junior School Production being held in this new facility. It will also be an asset as we continue to extend the strings and band programs. With the new building has also come an improved playground for the Junior students with both passive and active areas for play and exploration.
The important thing about this building is the opportunities it provides us for learning. The Performing Arts Centre has :
- A 650 seat theatre that can used for productions, musical nights, assemblies, special guests and other events.
- New Art Rooms
- New Music Rooms
- A Band Room
- New Junior School Rooms
- A Recording Studio
- New Media Rooms
The development of this facility has allowed many more teachers to have home rooms. It has facilitated the development of a dedicated room for examinations, thus limiting the amount of movement of furniture. It allows the Gymnasium and other spaces to be used as specialist rather than multi-purpose rooms.
In referring to the new Performing Arts Centre we need to recognise the assistance of the Federal Government who provided both $2.5 million towards the project, and the wherewithall to construct it without bureaucratic costs.
This was on top of over $150,000 in funding towards computers.
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