Temporary schools support school communities
Temporary schools are flexible, modular spaces that help schools keep operating while the planning and construction of permanent facilities is underway.
Each school can be built quickly and allows students to continue learning in their local community with minimal disruption, helping us to support communities while we deliver new and upgraded learning facilities across NSW.
School facilities are built with safety and comfort in mind. The buildings conform to the same high standards required for all NSW public schools. From the heating and air conditioning to fire alarms, natural ventilation and lighting – students and teachers can expect to be in a comfortable and safe space.
With a wide range of learning spaces, temporary schools can deliver their full subject offering at a standard expected in all public schools. Accessibility requirements are easily accommodated in the temporary school design and layout.
Frequently asked questions
What kind of temporary learning spaces can be built?
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What input can the community have for the temporary school?
What steps will be taken to control noise and dust impacts from construction near the temporary school?
How will traffic be managed if there is construction on the same site as the temporary school?