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New school building worth the wait at Burra

IT’S the beginning of a new chapter for Korumburra Secondary College with students finally settling into the new building.

The building accommodates subjects such as art, food technology, wood and metal work.

Inside has been designed with a central open space for shared learning, with individual classrooms that can be isolated for private lessons surrounding.

“The kids have managed it really well. They’ve just been fantastic in terms of how they’ve transferred into there,” Korumburra Secondary College principal Abigail Graham said.

“They’re finding it an awesome learning space.”

This was the first stage of the school’s $5.6 million redevelopment and the next step has just begun.

The old technology wing building has been knocked down and will be replaced with new basketball courts over summer.

Great outcome: from left, Tina Telfer, Emma Honan, Jacob Douglas, Beau Connell, Jayden Howlett-Bell and Ethan Hoult are all thrilled to be learning in the new building at Korumburra Secondary College.

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