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  • NSW Chapter - 2019 Event:Newcastle and the Hunter Valley

NSW Chapter - 2019 Event:Newcastle and the Hunter Valley

  • 02 August 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Commencing at New Space-University of Newcastle and Finishing at St Patrick's College Lochinvar
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Come join us as we venture to Newcastle and the Hunter Region

 to visit four amazing and diverse sites. Our day begins in the

 city at University of Newcastle's new city campus, then to 

Hunter Valley Grammar School, MRAG for lunch (included)

and finishing at St Patrick's Primary School at Lochinvar. 

Lunch is included

Numbers are limited

Registration closes on the 30th July.

Newcastle University in association with EJE Architects

The NeW Space project is a new vertical campus for the University of Newcastle

 within the city’s civic precinct. The building boasts a unique

‘inflection’ in its configuration, which unlocks views of Nobbys,

the Hunter River mouth and the Town Hall clock tower. 

Hunter Valley Grammar School in association with Mayo Architects

At Hunter Valley Grammar School, we will explore the new TAS building. 

The design represents the nature of its function through architecture,with

 the aesthetic of an elegant warehouse.

Maitland Regional Art Gallery-An Ideal spot for lunch

St Patrick's Primary School, Lochinvar in association with SHAC Architects.

St Patrick's Primary School has worked toward an exemplary master planning 

and architectural solution to the needs of a growing school

community Modestly scaled buildings are clustered to form a

new school address and heart, creating the armature for

new methods of teaching and learning.

Download the event flyer and share with your colleagues.

For more information please see attached flyer

Learning Environments - 2019 FOUR - NEWCASTLE - HUNTER VALLEY - FINAL[2].pdf

Looking forward to catching up at this amazing opportunity.

Teacher Accreditation. This event will address the following


6.2,7.4. Please note this is currently teacher identified PD.

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