From Pancake Day to Father's Day breakfasts, the new outdoor kitchen and sheltered barbecue area at Peakhurst South Public School will be a place for all to enjoy. Recently I visited the school to announce to their P&C president, Alison Burns,and principal, Neralie Chappell, that they will be receiving $20,000, thanks to the New South Wales Government's Community Building Partnership Grant.
This is one of 10 schools and educational precincts in the local community that have received funding through the program, which showcases that our Government is committed to improving educational facilities for all students.This investment in local schools will provide improved facilities, including playground upgrades, electronic signage and revamped amenities.
I thank the P&C, Alison, Neralie and the entire team at Peakhurst South Public School for outlining the importance of this project for students and how it will benefit them into the future.
Congratulations again on this outstanding achievement. I look forward toseeing the project completed and lending a hand in the outdoor barbecue area at the school.