First look at new Vredekloof school
The provincial department of transport and public works has released artist’s impressions of the two new schools namely Vredekloof Primary School and the Kraaifontein High School.
Department spokesperson, Byron la Hoe, says a total of R100 million has been set aside for building these two schools, which will house 1 240 and 1 100 learners respectively.
He says the schools are expected to be completed in August 2018, if everything goes according to plan.
“The school buildings will comprise a framed concrete structure and a mixture of face brick and painted infill walls. Teaching facilities at Vredekloof Primary will comprise 28 standard classrooms, four Grade R classrooms, three specialised classrooms, two multipurpose classrooms and a science laboratory. Teaching facilities at Kraaifontein High will comprise 30 standard classrooms, three specialist classrooms, two science laboratories, two multipurpose classrooms, a multimedia centre and computer room. Both schools will have halls, administrative buildings and sports fields.”
Both projects, he says, will use labour-intensive methods which will provide a limited number of short-term work opportunities for local people as well as skills training. A total of R4 million will be spent on local labour.
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