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by | Jun 28, 2022 | Community, Education

Works beginning to pick up the pace at Yarrabilba’s new state school

Minister for Education Grace Grace announced works are beginning to pick up the pace at Yarrabilba, where the QLD Government is building another new state school.

“The $68.6 million project is supporting almost 190 construction jobs and will be ready to welcome students for Term 1, 2023,” she says.

The new state school planned for the growing area of Yarrabilba will open for Prep to Year 6 next year.

The new school will include an administration building, prep and junior learning spaces, a resource centre, multi-purpose hall, canteen, car parking, amenities and an oval, providing excellent educational facilities to the community.

Yarrabilba’s newest state school will increase the capacity of the local schooling network and provide enrolment relief to Yarrabilba State School, Logan Village State School and Cedar Creek State School.



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