Grammar’s investment in next generation learning

Central Coast Grammar School continues to invest in next generation learning facilities that develop cutting-edge teaching, learning and digital literacy capacities.

Students last month were excited to start the school year in a $2 million senior English, Geography and History facility completed by Stevens Construction in January.

Headmaster Bill Low said the refurbishment is part of the school’s broader master plan and has been designed to reflect the very latest international thinking in learning environments.  “We spent a significant amount of time researching best practice models to ensure that everything from the structural design to the inbuilt technology and even the furnishings would support the most productive learning environment for our students,” said Mr Low.

Existing classrooms were purposely expanded and re-designed to create larger, more innovative spaces that foster enhanced collaboration and digital literacy capabilities.