Broughton Anglican College, Campbelltown is the culmination of a collective push to provide the College with upgraded facilities to meet its’ projected growth and improve connectivity across the expansive campus. The spaces have been designed to encourage 21st century learning in a practical and functional way, through interconnective formal and informal learning and gathering areas.
The third stage of work included the demolition of existing inadequate teaching spaces and the establishment of a new Junior School Precinct which links the newly completed Student Services and Hall Extension projects with the existing and future Infants School.
Perched on an embankment looking back across the secondary campus; the new 16 classroom development is focused around the common learning and practical activity areas as the center of each of the precincts. The new building also provides much needed staff rooms, storage, offices, and seminar rooms to service the expansion to a 4 stream Junior School.
This project was part of an earlier stage of works with further ongoing projects underway currently with the College.