Thomas Reddall High School – Integration Works
Asset Management Unit – Department of Education NSW
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.
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.
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.