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'Turning of the Soil', 1978 & 2019

Posted by Thomas More College on 25 March 2019
'Turning of the Soil', 1978 & 2019

As we celebrate 40 Years of 'Shaping the Future of our Community', it is with great excitement that we announce that Partek Construction & Interiors have been successful and will begin construction, working in conjunction with Edge Architects on our new Senior (Faulkner) Centre.
On Thursday 14th March, we celebrated a 'Turning of the Soil' 40 years on, updated terminology and colour as well!

This contemporary Building is designed to cater for
record demand for student places
the evolution of our facilities into contemporary learning environments beyond that of just a classroom
facilities that support the functions required for senior secondary students and adult learning.
a small café to facilitate a welcoming atmosphere, business subjects and support fundraising activities
designed to facilitate dynamic, contemporary and future focused teaching and learning, which meets the needs of every student
is developmentally appropriate and promotes the curiosity of the learner.

Colour photo, L to R
Joe Prater, Site Manager, Partek, Peter Spain, Director, Edge Architects, Athan Pittas, Construction Manager, Partek, Brenton Lunn, Managing Director, Partek, Sue Kennedy-Branford, Principal Consultant Leadership Development, Catholic Education SA, Andrew Balkwill, Principal, Thomas More College, Kerri Oates, Chairperson, Thomas More College Board and Andrew Boeyen, Business Manager, Thomas More College

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