From left, Stockland project director James Westh, Hume Anglican Grammar business manager Kieran Mitchell, Hume Anglican Grammar board chair Richard St John, Hume Anglican Grammar principal Bill Sweeney, and Stockland senior development manager Jacklynn Kent, pictured on the site of Hume Anglican Grammar's third campus, due to be completed by 2023.

Kalkallo’s next generation of students will be able to start their primary school journey at Hume Anglican Grammar next year as construction commences this month.

Hume Anglican Grammar will be Stockland Cloverton’s first private primary school and will officially open its doors to nearby residents for term one, 2023.

Located on Goodman Avenue and Fitzpatrick Circuit, the campus of six buildings will include more than 120 classrooms and a multipurpose hall for school events, assemblies, indoor physical education and other large gatherings for students from prep to year six.

Stockland project director James Westh said the new school was a great opportunity to create a leading education facility that would nurture young minds and develop the talents and skills of children in the community.

“With many first home buyers and young families continuing to make the move to Cloverton, we know that Hume Anglican Grammar will provide future and prospective residents with a premium education option to consider for their children,” he said.

Hume Anglican Grammar principal Bill Sweeney said it would be the school’s third campus at Stockland Cloverton.

He welcomed new families from the community to Hume Anglican Grammar.

“We’re thrilled to be offering students a contemporary learning environment which is bound by our strong ethos of student wellbeing and will provide a stimulating, nurturing and rigorous education for the young people of Stockland Cloverton,” he said.

Earlier this year Stockland welcomed students to Gilgai Plains Primary School campus.

When completed, Cloverton will offer four government and four private schools (primary and secondary), childcare facilities and a regional tertiary education institution including Gilgai Plains Primary School, Kalkallo Common Primary School, Pinegrove Government Secondary School and Greenleaves Early Learning Education Centre.

Hume Anglican Grammar’s Kalkallo campus will be home to 580 students.

The school currently has two campuses, Mt Ridley Campus in Mickleham and Donnybrook on Eucalyptus Parade, with a total of 1640 students currently enrolled.