World-Class Facilties Open For Mainsbridge School Students

Term 2 began with the new Mainsbridge School welcoming students and teachers into new facilities for the first day of Term 2.

Students from Mainsbridge School for Specific Purposes are enjoying a brand new, purpose-built facility on part of the existing Warwick Farm Public School site.

The project has delivered 20 new classrooms, a hall and multipurpose space, special programs spaces, a library, hydrotherapy pool, and administration and staff buildings.

State Member for Holsworthy and Parliamentary Secretary for Families and Disability, Melanie Gibbons MP, said the community will benefit from the new Specific Purposes School.

“This relocated Mainsbridge School will provide the local community with the high-quality education facilities our children need to succeed,” Ms Gibbons said.

“I’m incredibly proud to be part of a government delivering for communities like ours, making sure all students have the facilities they need.”

“The teachers and school staff work incredibly hard each day to support students at this school so that they feel valued and cared for and receive the education they deserve.”

Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell said the NSW Government was building on the state’s world-class education system with the largest school infrastructure investment in the state’s history.

"Every student in NSW deserves the best environment to learn and achieve, no matter where they live or what their circumstances may be,” Ms Mitchell said.

“Facilities like the hydrotherapy pool change lives for students and families, and I’m so happy and proud this facility is open for them.

The relocated school will better cater to the current students' needs while also accommodating the projected population of children with specific needs in the Liverpool area.

The NSW Government is investing $7 billion over the next four years, continuing its program to deliver more than 200 new and upgraded schools to support communities across NSW. This is the largest investment in public education infrastructure in the history of NSW.