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VIC Chapter – 2022 Ramlegh Park Primary School Site Tour

  • 20 October 2022
  • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Ramlegh Park Primary School, 34 Thoroughbred Dr, Clyde North VIC 3978
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  • $20 (plus GST)
  • $40 (plus GST)
  • Special registrations - Code required

Register now for LEA Victoria's final site tour for 2022! 

Ramlegh Park Primary School

Winner of 2021 Category 1: New Construction / Entire New Educational Facility 

Just an hour outside the CBD, Ramlegh Park Primary School is a new P-6 school built to cater to the population growth of Clyde North. The school was conceived by DesignInc and Brand Architects in collaboration with the Victorian School Building Authority as a centre point for the area, a place for community engagement with emphasis on nature-inspired learning. Biophilia is evident in every part of the school environment, not just in formal learning zones but the spaces in between and outdoors are also developed to support whole of child learning through play, discovery, connection and engagement with nature.

Four buildings are arranged in a way that creates a courtyard, with specialty and flexible learning spaces. Long-term enrolment is expected to reach 525 students with a possibility to go up to a capacity of 1,100 students across the campus.

Please come along and tour this site with us!

Reminder: this is a COVID Safe Event

  • Each attendee is asked to do a symptom self-assessment prior to leaving home and not attend if they are unwell or have been instructed to isolate or quarantine.
  • To minimise movement, attendees must stay within their allocated spaces or seats where practical.
  • Requirements for face covering are to current state guidelines, observe cough etiquette, and personal hygiene measures.

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Credit: Dianna Snape

Location: Ramlegh Park Primary School

Architects: DesignInc + Brand Architects in collaboration with Victorian School Building Authority (VSBA)

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