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Work begins on new Murrumbateman primary school

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Wendy Tuckerman standing next to project-overview sign for Murrumbateman primary school

Community drop-in session. Photo: Alicia Croker.

Work has begun on the new primary school in the rural village of Murrumbateman, on Canberra’s outskirts, today (Tuesday, 4 May).

The work includes building a temporary fence around the school site and bore water testing.

Village residents can expect some noise during the bore water testing, which is expected to last until Friday, 7 May.

Once complete, the new school will accommodate up to 370 students and include flexible learning spaces, a library, hall, canteen, special program unit, covered outdoor learning area, administration and staff facilities.

The 1.5-hectare site is located at 2 Fairley Street, next to Murrumbateman Preschool and Fairley Early Childhood Service, near the…



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