A lesson in rapid recovery

Written By miftah nugraha on Kamis, 31 Januari 2013 | 19.55

CLASSES will begin at the new-look Dunalley Primary on February 13 – just weeks after the original structure was razed by fire.

Education Minister Nick McKim today described the project to build a temporary school after the January 4 blaze as brilliant.

Teachers will return on Monday, February 4, to do three days of professional development in the school gym or in the Tasmania Fire Service building in Dunalley.

Student-free days have been declared on Tuesday and Wednesday, with supervised excursions and activities planned for Thursday and Friday.

Monday, February 11, is the Regatta Day public holiday.

On Tuesday, February 12, teachers will organise classrooms and furniture on a third student-free day.

Prep to grade 6 children will return to classes on Wednesday, with kindergarten starting on Thursday.

Almost 130 children are set to return to the school -- only about three fewer than were expected before the devastating blaze.

"This is an outstanding achievement and our thanks go to those dedicated people who have been working around the clock to ensure students would be able to return as soon as possible," Mr McKim said.

"To have a temporary school established on a site that was razed by fire just weeks earlier is a tribute to the dedication and commitment of those many workers who have helped ensure the site is up and running."

All other government schools return on Tuesday, February 5.


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