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Ithaca Creek State School has the following facilities:

  • A large two storey brick building (built in 1934) for upper year level classes and administration.

  • A large two storey brick building (built in 2009) for Prep to Year 3 classes.

  • A large hall (enclosed in 2009).

  • Classrooms with double teaching areas, with computers.

  • Heated 25 metre swimming pool.

  • 3.67 hectares of grounds, ample space for bush play and native flora and fauna.

  • A newly built, well stocked, computerised library.

  • Tennis Court; Basketball Court; Cricket oval.

 

 
 

The Department of Education's Building Future Schools program is responding to the population growth across Queensland https://yoursay.buildingfutureschools.advancingeducation.qld.gov.au/master-planning

In 2018 our school along with 35 other schools have been prioritised for Master Planning due to the population growth in inner city Brisbane.  Last year the school worked with Infrastructure Services to undertake the first stage of a 10 Year Masterplan for the school. More information regarding the Master Plan consultation can be found here.

 Due to increasing enrolments at Ithaca Creek State School, a draft proposal for the commencement of a new teaching and learning block to be built on the site of the lower tennis court has now been actioned.  It is important to note that following a consultation process last year and previous,  the Ithaca Creek State School community has identified its most valued facility as the green spaces of the oval, jungle and nature play area. Due to the heritage listing of the school and respect for our magnificent classic Administration building, the new classroom block is not to be taller or in front of this building. Sensitivity to the heritage aesthetic will be a top priority and the relocation of the school basketball/tennis courts will be subject to community input. 

An image of the draft proposal for the new teaching and learning area can be viewed here.