Media Release – Halls Head Campus
Frederick Irwin Anglican School in Mandurah is set to open its doors to a new group of students next year by launching an additional primary school campus in Halls Head.
A spike in demand for student places, particularly from families living south of Mandurah, led to the school’s expansion to Halls Head with the new school opening in 2018.
The Anglican Schools Commission has purchased the Living Waters Lutheran College site which will continue to operate for the remainder of the school year and will reopen in 2018 as Frederick Irwin Anglican School – Halls Head Campus.
The Principal, Kerry Robertson, said the school’s Meadow Springs campus, which caters for students from Kindergarten to Year 12, was at capacity.
“We have a waiting list at Frederick Irwin, particularly in the primary years and this opportunity to expand means we can also cater for families who live in the southern corridor of Mandurah and Dawesville,” Ms Robertson said.
“We will conduct a refurbishment of the school before it reopens in 2018 so that we can offer the same facilities and services available to primary school students at the Meadow Springs campus.”
Ms Robertson said students who attend the new Frederick Irwin Anglican School – Halls Head Campus in 2018 will have secondary school places at Meadow Springs.
“Our school, as part of the Anglican Schools Commission, offers a low-fee independent Christian education for students and aims to be inclusive and accessible to as many people as possible,” she said.
“We look forward to welcoming a new group of students to our Halls Head campus in 2018 as we continue our aim to provide a high-quality, inclusive Anglican education.”
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