The start of the 2016-2017 academic year saw the Programme moving from its initial location within the main Narinukun School building to its new dedicated buildings. The 3 separate Programme buildings accommodate 6 classrooms, science lab, art room, music room, resource centre, teachers’ room, conference room, security room, exam preparation room and mini mart.
The start of the 2016-2017 academic year finally saw the fit out of the first of two Programme Science Labs. Design and specifications to meet Cambridge’s criteria so that Cambridge Practical Science can be taught. Thanks to T. Nik for his countless extra hours in the detailed design and specification and a thanks to A. Suchaya for the choosing the pretty lilac colour.
The start of the 2016-2017 academic year also saw the expansive 15m x 9m standalone Resource Centre open. Housing 32 student PCs all equipped with the latest software suites and connected to high-speed internet networks. The Resource Centre is also home to the library and quiet student study areas. Thanks to T. Steve for painstakingly planning, designing and overseeing the building, equipment and services completed to specifications.
Again, completed part way through the 2016-2017 first term and located adjacent to the Art Room in the same building behind the Resource Centre. Far enough away from the main classrooms, students and T. Sigrid are able to let rip and discover their musical geniuses at whatever noise level they want.