Guy welcomes new school for Waikanae

Ōtaki MP Nathan Guy has welcomed the news that a new primary school will be built at Waikanae.

“This is great news for Waikanae and the Kāpiti District as both of the current primary schools are close to chocka.

“I’ve been highlighting this issue with the Education Minister Anne Tolley for some time now and it’s great she has recognised the need and provided funding.

“This 7.5 acre strategic land purchase for the new school will accommodate up to 400 kids and include an early childhood centre which parents will be rapt to hear about.

“Kāpiti has been one of the fastest growing regions in the country and more families are choosing to come here because it’s a very friendly, family-orientated community.

“Recapitation of Te Horo school has helped reduce the short term pressure off Waikanae schools by allowing Years 6 and 7 to stay on, but it was clear more needed to be done.

“Recently around $1 million has gone into building more facilities at Waikanae School to cope with roll growth over the next few years until the new school gets up and running.

“I look forward to welcoming the Minister to the new site in Waikanae in the near future.

“This is another positive Government announcement for the Ōtaki electorate from Budget 2010 that I’m proud of.”

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Guy welcomes new school for Waikanae

Ōtaki MP Nathan Guy has welcomed the news that a new primary school will be built at Waikanae.

“This is great news for Waikanae and the Kāpiti District as both of the current primary schools are close to chocka.

“I’ve been highlighting this issue with the Education Minister Anne Tolley for some time now and it’s great she has recognised the need and provided funding.

“This 7.5 acre strategic land purchase for the new school will accommodate up to 400 kids and include an early childhood centre which parents will be rapt to hear about.

“Kāpiti has been one of the fastest growing regions in the country and more families are choosing to come here because it’s a very friendly, family-orientated community.

“Recapitation of Te Horo school has helped reduce the short term pressure off Waikanae schools by allowing Years 6 and 7 to stay on, but it was clear more needed to be done.

“Recently around $1 million has gone into building more facilities at Waikanae School to cope with roll growth over the next few years until the new school gets up and running.

“I look forward to welcoming the Minister to the new site in Waikanae in the near future.

“This is another positive Government announcement for the Ōtaki electorate from Budget 2010 that I’m proud of.”

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Guy welcomes new school for Waikanae

Ōtaki MP Nathan Guy has welcomed the news that a new primary school will be built at Waikanae.

“This is great news for Waikanae and the Kāpiti District as both of the current primary schools are close to chocka.

“I’ve been highlighting this issue with the Education Minister Anne Tolley for some time now and it’s great she has recognised the need and provided funding.

“This 7.5 acre strategic land purchase for the new school will accommodate up to 400 kids and include an early childhood centre which parents will be rapt to hear about.

“Kāpiti has been one of the fastest growing regions in the country and more families are choosing to come here because it’s a very friendly, family-orientated community.

“Recapitation of Te Horo school has helped reduce the short term pressure off Waikanae schools by allowing Years 6 and 7 to stay on, but it was clear more needed to be done.

“Recently around $1 million has gone into building more facilities at Waikanae School to cope with roll growth over the next few years until the new school gets up and running.

“I look forward to welcoming the Minister to the new site in Waikanae in the near future.

“This is another positive Government announcement for the Ōtaki electorate from Budget 2010 that I’m proud of.”

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