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Aspect breaks ground on new Hills Shire School

28 February 2024

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We have broken ground and commenced construction on the new Aspect Hills Shire school, due to open in 2025.

This purpose-built school will cater for eligible students in years K-6 and is co-funded by the NSW Government’s Western Sydney Infrastructure Grants Program.

The ground-breaking event symbolised a significant step towards addressing the educational needs of children on the autism spectrum in Western Sydney, with the school set to welcome 72 students.

Our new primary school will meet a growing need for specialist education in the region and provide choice for families in the Hills District,” said Jacqui Borland in a heartfelt speech to the attendance of key stakeholders.

Mr. Greg Warren MP, representing the Hon. Prue Car MP, highlighted the positive impact the new Aspect School will have on the students but also their families.

Similarly, Ms. Liesl Tesch MP, representing the Hon. Kate Washington MP, emphasised the school's role as a “communal hub that unites families.”

With the ceremonial shovelling of dirt, we've laid the foundation not just for a building, but for a brighter future for students on the autism spectrum and their families.

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