New Primary School for Glenmore Park


The NSW Liberals and Nationals are delivering even more for Western Sydney families, announcing plans for a new state-of-the-art primary school at Glenmore Park.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Education Minister Rob Stokes and Member for Mulgoa, Minister Tanya Davies recently visited the government owned site on Forestwood Drive that has been selected as the location for the new school.

“The new school at Mulgoa Rise in Glenmore Park will expand our local school building program which includes major upgrades to Cecil Hills High School and Cecil Hills Public School, as well as the recently completed Fernhill School and upgrade of St Clair High School” Mrs Davies said.

This project is in addition to the record $6 billion school building program already underway to deliver more than 170 new and upgraded schools across NSW.
Ms Berejiklian said local families can look forward to their new air-conditioned school for up to 1000 students being delivered in 2023.

“The new school will have outstanding modern facilities that will help arm students with the knowledge and skills they need for the jobs of the future” Ms Berejiklian said. “Glenmore Park is a vibrant and growing community, and this school will rapidly become a centrepiece for students, teachers and local families for years to come. Only the Liberals and Nationals can be trusted to get things done for NSW and build the infrastructure families across western Sydney deserve”.

Mr Stokes congratulated Local Member Tanya Davies for delivering great outcomes for her community.

“We are making the largest investment in public school infrastructure by any State Government in Australian history” Mr Stokes said. “This includes building new schools like this one at Glenmore Park and upgrading many of our existing schools to provide fantastic new facilities right across the State”.

The NSW Liberals and Nationals have also committed an unprecedented $1.3 billion to eliminate the school maintenance backlog so that every public school in the State provides the world-class facilities that NSW students and teachers deserve.


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