Nundah State School in a spin over hall’s big new fans
Staff and students at Nundah State School are no longer the school hall’s biggest fans.
Member for Nudgee, Leanne Linard said all users of the hall, from community groups to students participating in learning activities, would find it easier to keep their cool after the installation of two industrial size ceiling fans in a $50,000 project.
“The Nundah State School hall is a valuable resource, both for the school and the local community.
“In addition to class and extra-curricular student activities, it is used for outside school hours care and community groups including yoga and martial arts clubs.
“The installation of the fans in the hall provided the perfect environment to host 350 student chess players at an inter-school chess tournament on 13 September.”
Acting Principal Jane Newman said the fans were boosting both air circulation and enthusiasm at Nundah State School.
“They’re a great asset, and will be even more so when summer arrives,” Ms Newman said.
“This is really the last piece of the jigsaw to completing the hall that was built in 2011.”
Ms Linard said the project was part of the State Government’s commitment to delivering quality education for young Queenslanders.
“The Queensland Government is committed to providing world-class facilities for all students,” she said.
“In 2018-19 we are delivering an infrastructure investment program across the state valued at more than $923 million.
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