Woodstock Infants Centre, Wenona School

Woodstock is the new Infants facility on the Wenona School campus, designed as a contemporary addition to existing heritage listed houses. It is a "place for pre K- Year 2 teaching and learning with an emphasis on care, curiosity and community"

Project Details

Architects
Ross Gardner

Address
176 Walker St, North Sydney, NSW, 2060

Submitter
Gardner Wetherill Associates

Cost
$ 5,001,000

Photographer
Simon Wood Photography

Project Overview

Woodstock is a purposely designed Infant Department (K-2) that reflects an exclusively Early Childhood setting for teaching and learning. It is the latest stage in the implementation of the Wenona Masterplan. 

Designed to incorporate heritage listed houses with a contemporary addition, the resultant building incorporates classrooms, support spaces and the central 'Piazza' space. The new roof terrace, large internal play area and an adjacent ground level terrace have created a series of new indoor and outdoor areas, that allow all infant students to gather, learn and perform and are practical for parents to visit and interact with their children.

This page last updated: Monday 10 September 2012