At Carey, students are at the heart of everything we do, and this is certainly the case in the major redevelopment of our Middle School. Our aim is to provide the best possible learning environment for our students – your children – to thrive.
The redevelopment of our Middle School includes specifically designed innovative and flexible spaces to educate and nurture the whole student and prepare young people with a sense of purpose and belonging.
Importantly, this project will enable Carey to fully integrate and implement our positive learning model.
Your children will benefit from some wonderful new facilities including the renovation of the historic Raymond Hall; increased outdoor, recreation and social spaces; and a large multi-purpose room for all Middle School students, especially during the Year 9 C-change program.
We are delighted that the project has been recognised with the prestigious World Architecture News award for Education Architecture – Future Works against some significant global competition, including the University of Cambridge.
The project includes some significant sustainability features, including massive water tanks, solar panels and building design to maximise light and shade when required.
Construction is scheduled for completion by the end of Term 1 2020. We aim to have students move in at the beginning of Term 2 next year.
We hope that you share some of our excitement about the new Middle School and that you may be able to actively support this project as a champion, advocate and if possible, through philanthropy.
Like all independent schools, Carey relies on the philanthropic support of our community to transform the learning experience of our students well beyond that we can provide through fees alone.
If you would like to receive a brochure on the redevelopment, or discuss a gift to support our Middle School students, please contact Stuart Galbraith, Head of Advancement, on 9816 1522 or email@example.com.
We are all one community helping shape the citizens of tomorrow. We thrive together.
Head of Advancement