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 project was designed to address the disconnect between buildings and spaces on campus by introducing a series of linking pathways and gathering spaces. 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. This project was part of an earlier stage of works with further ongoing projects underway currently with the College.
The first stage of work includes the refurbishment and establishment of the main Student Services administration space serving students and parents from Early Learning throughout Primary and Secondary Schools.
The scope was to refurbish a large space between the existing canteen and hospitality kitchen and create a main student reception and sick bay with dedicated nurses’ office as well as a meeting room, tearoom, amenities and workspace for a range of educational and administration staff.
The student services building now welcomes all visitors to the campus and leads them into the newly refurbished Hall and adjacent mini amphitheater and outdoor learning spaces.