Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier David Elliott and Liberal candidate for Seven Hills
Mark Taylor joined Assistant Education Minister Victor Dominello for the opening of new learning facilities at William Rose School in Seven Hills today.
Councillor Taylor said the Seven Hills community would benefit from the new facilities which were installed in partnership with the Federal Government.
“Seven Hills is seeing the benefit of how the NSW and Federal Government, working in partnership, can deliver better facilities for our local community,” Cr Taylor said.
“This collaboration will set the standard for future infrastructure projects and I am thrilled that Seven Hills is the first community to see the fruits of this work.”
Mr Elliott said the new facilities were a demonstration of the commitment of the Government to ensuring top facilities for all schools in NSW.
“It is the role of Government to ensure the most vulnerable people in our society are given the best chance in life,” Mr Elliott said.
“The new learning facilities here at William Rose School will ensure children with physical and intellectual disabilities will be able to grow and fulfil their learning potential.”