LEARNING ENVIRONMENT DEVELOPMENTS
New Junior School Building and Playground
In Term 1 of 1983, Trinity Christian School moved onto our current campus in Wanniassa. The building now known as ‘C-Block’ housed classrooms, a Principal’s office, a Secretary’s room and a staffroom.
In 2018, as part of our long term maintenance and now renewal program, Trinity Christian School Council and the School Executive worked with architects to undertake a major upgrade and refurbishment of ‘C Block’ – the oldest original building. C Block is currently occupied by our three Kindergarten classrooms, a Year 1 classroom and two staff offices.
The new C Block building and outdoor learning area opened for use in Term 2 of 2020 and is a significant step in delivering our 2030 learning environment.
In addition to the extra space and better design, the beautiful refurbished and extended building is more energy efficient. It employs many passive building design features and utilises mechanical heating and cooling systems to assist in managing the environment in the building. Our Kindergarten and Year 1 students enjoy exploring, creating and learning in their new space.
Construction also commenced in September 2020 on a new Junior School playground. This exciting project will provide opportunities for all students in Kindergarten to Year 5 for natural, messy and imaginative play, physical activities to build and sustain core strength, gardening and the provision of food and outdoor class areas.
It is anticipated that some parts of the new playground will be available for students later in 2020, with all areas open in the new school year.