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Orelia Primary receives toilet grant

Cecilia AllenSound Telegraph
Kwinana MLA Roger Cook and Orelia Primary School P and C president Noella Bloomefield are pleased some of the school’s toilet blocks will receive a much-needed upgrade.
Camera IconKwinana MLA Roger Cook and Orelia Primary School P and C president Noella Bloomefield are pleased some of the school’s toilet blocks will receive a much-needed upgrade.

Orelia Primary School will benefit from a $60,000 grant to upgrade two toilet blocks, thanks to the Department of Education.

Principal Joanne Stewart-Magee said the two toilet blocks were about 45 years old and in a dismal state.

“The grant will go towards refurbishing two sets of six toilets,” she said.

“We’re very grateful for the grant.”

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Ms Stewart-Magee said money was put aside each year to go towards refurbishments at the school but the grant was a bonus.

“It’s important for us to keep the school looking fresh and as good as new,” she said.

“It creates a happy and positive environment for our students.”

Kwinana MLA Roger Cook said the much-needed upgrade would ensure facilities at Orelia Primary continue to provide a good schooling environment for students.

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