Architect's plans for new learning hub by Supplied

A small gift when combined with others can make a big impact

Many people think they cannot make a difference. They might not have the money or the contacts to really create an impact that will really matter. Well, we are here to tell you that every little bit helps and small donations can make a huge difference when combined with others.

With the financial support of our small but incredibly generous community building a first-class campus over the past six years has seen five large projects undertaken and completed. The Gallagher Agribusiness Centre of Excellence was opened in 2016, the Mary Hornsby Music centre extension was opened in 2018, the new Dance and Drama Performance Centre was opened in 2019 and our two boarding houses, Williams House and Clark House have been expanded and refurbished.

The final project is now underway, a new Learning Hub. It is one of the most ambitious and significant building projects the school will undertake. The new facility won't be a library in the traditional sense; instead, it will be a multi-purpose building known as the school’s Learning Hub, located in the ‘heart’ of the school in which every student will benefit.

Architect's plans for new learning hub — Image by: Supplied
Architect's plans for new learning hub — Image by: Supplied

The Learning Hub will enhance our school life offering a range of learning spaces and technologies where students can access support, work on a group assignment, video conference or schedule an extra session with a tutor. It will be a place to have fun, escape, play a game or make a friend.

We are currently raising money for the Learning Hub by offering our school community the opportunity to purchase a family plaque on the back of a chair in the school chapel. The plaques are available at a cost of $1500 which can be paid in $500 instalments over three years. All donations are tax-deductible.

Please join with us and help the school provide a Learning Hub for the students of St Paul’s.

You can read more about supporting the Learning Hub here.