Cammeraygal HS Senior Campus
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Image: 3D aerial render of the proposed Cammeraygal High School Senior Campus.
We are planning the development of a new senior campus to align with the recently completed Cammeraygal High School. The new Cammeraygal High School Senior Campus will cater for the current and projected population growth in the North Sydney area.
The project involves:
- converting the existing TAFE Crows Nest building to a new Senior Campus High School
- providing future-focused learning spaces for senior students
- providing appropriate core facilities for staff and students in line with the Education Facilities Standards & Guidelines (EFSG)
- to maximise outdoor and indoor play space.
The project is due for completion in early 2019.
A Project Reference Group (PRG) was formed in late 2016 to commence the planning and design process. The PRG includes members from the department, the school and the Parents and Citizens (P&C) Association. Meetings have been held on a monthly basis to ensure the proposed design considers the requirements of all users and meets educational needs.
A preferred concept design has been developed and agreed upon by the PRG. The design meets all key drivers and maximises the potential use of the site.