Narellan disability school named

Narellan’s new special needs school has been given a name.

It will be known as the Yandelora School.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Education Minister Rob Stokes made the announcement at the school’s future site on Richardson last Monday.

The new $22.5 million school will cater for students with a range of disabilities requiring intensive levels of support.

“Greater Western Sydney is growing and we are investing record amounts to ensure children in these areas have the best quality education possible,” Ms Berejiklian said.

“These projects will expand schools by at least 3500 more student places – while also generating valuable jobs in the construction industry.”

The new Yandelora School will include 16 technology-enabled classrooms with purpose-built amenities, a hydrotherapy pool, multi-purpose spaces for shared learning and special programs and modern administration and staff facilities.

It is just one of 13 projects across Western Sydney.

“This rebuild of schools in Sydney’s west will make a real difference to families and the quality of education for their children,” Mr Stokes said.

“But these 13 upgrades are only part of the exciting projects program to build new schools or upgrade existing schools that are underway across NSW.”

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