The Dharawal people are the original custodians of the land where Campbelltown City is located. The school was named after Thomas Reddall (b. 1780 – d. 1838) who was a schoolmaster, Director General for the colony schools (1824 – 1826), magistrate, rector, and chaplain.

Community profile:

Thomas Reddall High School is a government secondary school with a co-educational study body and comprehensive curriculums. 10% of students identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander and 39% are from non-English speaking backgrounds.

Design resolution:

The project targeted 4 areas of the school with the aim to increase mobility, safety and connectivity throughout the campus. The support unit also saw a significant upgrade to the external landscape areas by way of landscaping and inclusive play spaces.

The project included a new lift, new covered and uncovered ramps and a new covered drop-off zone for the support unit transport vehicles. The new drop-off area is completely undercover as is the route to the support unit. These works provide increased amenity to the students, carers and staff and is a major upgrade.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.