Kids smile as job done

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Kids smile as job done

THE sound of power tools and hammering will no longer be heard at Inverloch Primary School.

Construction of the new $5 million school is complete.

Staff and students moved into the second building over the school holidays, complementing the new main wing featuring classrooms, library and administration.

Landscaping will be undertaken once finer weather arrives and an official opening is scheduled for November.

The newest building comprises four classrooms for Prep and Grade 1 students, plus a kitchen, wet area and toilets.

Members of the Electrical Trades Union working at the Wonthaggi desalination plant donated funds to buy electronic whiteboards for each room.

The library has moved into the main building from the gymnasium, and the free space created in the gym will be used as a dedicated music room.

Parents will run a sustainability festival over the Melbourne Cup long weekend, which will include a landscape design competition to shape the school grounds.

Reason to celebrate: loving the new building at Inverloch Primary School are Grade 1 students Levi, Valentina, Aedan, Tyson and Elle, with school council president Belinda Scott and principal Wendy Caple.

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