Senior Primary students have a dedicated new learning centre at Matthew Flinders Anglican College in Buderim on the Sunshine Coast.
The Flagship Centre for students in Years 5 and 6 is an innovative two-storey facility, incorporating the latest technologies.
It is the second precinct to open as part of the five-year Flinders Masterplan construction project.
Head of Primary, Mrs Trudi Edwards said the College was committed to supporting its 1,350 students on their journey from Prep to Year 12.
“At Flinders, we recognise the importance of having distinctive precincts and transitions to support and nurture our students,” Trudi said.
“Across our Primary and Secondary Schools, we want to ensure that our students learn in age-relevant environments that respond to their academic, social and emotional development needs and sense of wellbeing.
“Last year, Flinders opened the new Year 7 Precinct to support students as they transition to the Secondary School.
“This year, it’s our Senior Primary students’ turn to have their very own space and support in their final years of Primary.
“The Flagship Centre for our Years 5 and 6 students is an aspirational facility, with light-filled, spacious and modern classrooms, presentation rooms and break-out zones, richly integrated with technology.
“It is designed to be agile, welcoming and flexible so that our teachers are able to personalise the learning for our students.”
To learn more about our Flinders Masterplan, click here.