Wednesday, December 21, 2022

New Junior High School is being constructed in Delft

A new Junior High School is being constructed in Delft.

The school, which will be situated at Rosendal High School, forms part of the Western Cape Education Department’s (WCED) unprecedented school infrastructure delivery programme, which aims to deliver 842 new classrooms with at least 26 000 places for the 2023 school year.

The Rosendaal Junior High School campus is being constructed through the department’s Rapid School Build Programme, which seeks to bring together various stakeholders with the aim of developing and building seven schools within six months to accommodate up to 3 200 learners.

Education MEC, David Maynier said 347 classrooms have already been completed, with the remaining classrooms underway.

‘’I thank all the officials, government partners, contractors and school staff who are working tirelessly to get the job done.’’

‘’The management, speed and cooperation in the Rapid School Build Programme differentiates it from typical projects, and it also incorporates new building technologies. Our contractors have been very receptive to the programme, and will be working through the traditional builders’ holidays to help us deliver more places for learners. They have already made great progress in a short period of time,’’ added Maynier.

Western Cape Premier Alan Winde echoed the MEC’s sentiments

“The speed and quality of the work is inspiring. Thank you to the contractors, their teams and colleagues in the Department who are working through the builders’ holidays to meet the demands of this project, so that our learners have quality learning spaces in the 2023 school year. And thanks to the residents of Delft for supporting this build and the construction noise going into the night.”

Done By: Mitchum George

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