Wollert Primary School will accommodate for more than 500 students each year.

WOLLERT Primary School students have started the 2022 school year in a brand new campus.

The school has an administration building including a library, and art, food and science learning spaces, a performing arts and physical education building, two learning neighbourhoods, two outdoor hardcourts, a sports field, a bike shed and playgrounds.

The school has a capacity of about 525 students and is a Supported Inclusion School – a mainstream school with additional professional capabilities and facilities designed to cater for a higher than usual proportion of students with disability.

New staff and students were welcomed at the completed school on January 28 by Member for Thomastown Bronwyn Halfpenny and Member for Mill Park Lily D’Ambrosio.

“Wollert families deserve to have access to a great local school, and we are delivering that with Wollert Primary to ensure children receive a world-class education close to home,” Ms D’Ambrosio said.

Wollert Primary School is one of 14 new schools and campuses opening its doors in 2022.

“We’re not wasting a moment delivering the biggest education construction boom in Australia and I can’t wait to see students learning and playing at our 14 new schools and campuses in 2022,” Ms Halfpenny said.

The new campus features a range of facilities including art, science and food classrooms and modern outdoor spaces and playgrounds.