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New Learning Centre changing the OFGS landscape

Our new building will be the flagship of OFGS’ future learning program, providing wonderful and inspiring learning and social facilities for our students and community.

Artist impression of the OFGS learning centre "K Block"
Artist impression of the OFGS learning centre "K Block"

2019 will see Oxford Falls Grammar complete a state of the art Learning Centre 


A large scale build that began back in 2018 our new 21st-centry learning facility is four-storey, multi-purpose space that will be the flagship of OFGS’ future learning program. Now halfway through the year we have complete the concrete form work and the building has a roof. As part of the build the school community will benefit from;

  • A separate undercover drop-off bay for senior school
  • Meeting rooms
  • A large open multi-purpose space
  • Relocated café
  • Year 12 Common Room
  • Senior Study Centre
  • Two storeys incorporating eight flexible learning spaces with wide concourses
  • Wide balconies over our ‘Creek Street’ connecting to the rest of the school
  • Landscaped school frontage
The creek that runs through our property as key part of our lanscape and heritage has been incorporated into our development and the buildings that run alongside its banks have now together been affectionatly called "Creek Street". We hope to invite back members of our community to tour the new facilty as soon as it opens. The building is set to open in 2020.

Below are progress photos from mid 2019 ... the views are amazing! 

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