Accommodating 1000 students, North Kellyville Public School adopts innovations in teaching philosophy by providing flexible formal and informal learning spaces. External areas include covered outdoor learning, playing fields, hard and soft landscaping and playgrounds. The project planning also allows for future growth beyond this population.
The design takes full advantage of the fall in topography of the site by opening the courtyard-centred design towards an undercroft at the west end of the campus that incorporates the school hall. The buildings address the Hazlett Road frontage and create a prominent public address for the school and an easily identifiable entrance.
The new building embraces a modern innovative teaching philosophy, which is research-driven, active and student-centred. Learning spaces promote creativity and flexibility, and allow for multiple uses concurrently, so that students may undertake a range of activities as individuals or groups.