A new school has officially opened its doors to students in outer South Western Sydney.
Denham Court Public School, a $56 million project, has been designed to support the massive residential growth in the area.
It will accommodate up to 940 students from kindy to Year 6, there are 44 flexible learning spaces, a library, a multipurpose hall and canteen.
Other facilities include a basketball court, several outdoor areas for students and kiss and drop off zones.
At the official opening last Friday, State Member for Camden Peter Sidgreaves said he was delighted with the State Government’s school infrastructure projects happening around his local area.
“The NSW Government is delivering for the families and students of the Camden electorate and I am thrilled to be here opening it with the minister today,” Mr Sidgreaves said.
“This is the latest addition to public education infrastructure in this area, and there is more to come with work under way on new primary schools at Gregory Hills and Edmondson Park, a new high school in Edmondson Park and a new selective high school in Leppington.”
Minister for education Sarah Mitchell said South Western Sydney was benefitting from record government investment.
“South Western Sydney has received over $500 million of investment into new and upgraded schools since 2017,” Ms Mitchell said.
“This new $56 million Denham Court Public School is the first new school to welcome students since the lockdown, giving parents a state of the art place for their children to learn in.’’