Temporary School Units

Temporary School Units

The partitioning of the Bregado Flax Junior School’s temporary tented classrooms is relatively simple and can proceed to procurement. The construction of temporary classrooms for Elmore Stoutt High School will require further consultations with the Ministry and landowners to determine if wooden temporary structures can be built at the intended site or if additional tents can help to improve classroom conditions. Once this is finalised this priority project can proceed to procurement.

The erection of temporary structures or tents to immediately improve classroom facilities can potentially be disruptive to lessons and may have an impact on the space and focus for the longer-term rebuild of permanent facilities. This risk will be mitigated by examining the trade-off between long and short-term solutions during the options study.

The main constraint is time. The new school year has already started and the needs for improved classroom are huge, so there is a real urgency for improved temporary facilities as well as for the longer-term more permanent accommodation for all primary and secondary schools.

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