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Future Plans

Stuartholme School is passionate about providing a learning environment that inspires its students. The 100-year-old grounds and facilities have been carefully and respectfully enhanced to not only cater to the increasing school population but to ensure they promote a desire for educational excellence.

The Stuartholme Masterplan 2020+ Designing for the Future is the renewed Masterplan future-proofing the facilities and resources of the School.

Stuartholme will undertake the delivery of this Masterplan as a phased approach and the below highlights some of the major works in progress, planned, or completed.

The School has applied to the Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning (DSDILGP) seeking endorsement for a Ministerial Infrastructure Designation (MID) to improve the learning facilities for our students over time. The MID seeks approval for new buildings and works on the Main Campus and Freers Site, as identified in the Stuartholme Masterplan 2020.

The MID proposal seeks endorsement for:

  • new facilities consistent with the established educational facilities over the Main Campus,
  • and the Freers site is to be used predominately for the School’s internal sports training and physical education curriculum, for use during the week.

The extent of training and usage on the Freers Site will vary according to which sport is being played and the time of year. The fields and courts may be used on an ad-hoc basis to assist with ‘overflow’ needs for organised inter-school sporting fixtures occurring elsewhere, typically on Wednesday afternoons and Saturdays. The refurbished Freers building is intended to provide for uses and activities complementary to the sporting facilities over the wider Freers site.

Click here for further information on the MID including a description of works and an opportunity to provide feedback to the DSDILGP on this proposal.

If you have any questions about the MID, please email QLDEngagement@ethosurban.com

 


Boarding House Refurbishment Stage 2 Complete


Phase 1 - Completed 2020

Boarding House Refurbishment – Stage 1

Stage 1 of the boarding house refurbishment to improve the functionality, design and aesthetic of the boarding dormitories was completed in 2020. It involved the installation of fire safety sprinklers, refurbishment of all bathrooms, common rooms and year 12 dormitories.

Technology Transformation – Cisco Webex Calling Platform & WiFi upgrade

Stuartholme is one of the first schools in Australia to adopt the new Cisco Webex platform which is a cloud hosted solution to support teachers in delivery of their education programs online and in the classroom.

Classroom Upgrades – Stage 1

Stuartholme’s commitment to improving the functionality and design of all classrooms was initiated in 2020 with an ongoing commitment year on year for further improvements.

Phase 2 - In Progress

Freer’s Development

An investment and commitment to participation in sport, The Freers Development will consist of sporting fields, multipurpose courts & a sports facility that will include a gymnasium, rowing facilities, classrooms and amenities. The site will be predominately be used for internal training purposes during the weekdays.

Boarding House Refurbishment Stage 2 & 3

Stage 2 and 3 will see the remaining boarding dormitories and the main common area also refurbished.

Library & Innovation Hub

This investment is planned to provide world class learning facilities.

Technology Transformation

Schools migration to cloud infrastructure moving into a Hybrid leaning environment.

 

Phase 3 - Planned

The Sports and Innovation Centre

Preliminary designs and preparations are underway to deliver the state of the art Indoor Learning and Sports Centre. This project will include multi-purpose sport facilities and classrooms. This Centre will be a community hub with the ability to hold large scale events.

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