Zuccoli Primary School

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The Northern Territory Government fast-tracked construction of the new government school to cater for enrolment demand in Palmerston, the Territory’s fastest growing region.

When fully operational, the new school will have capacity for 430 primary students and 88 preschoolers.

Construction on Stage Two of Zuccoli Primary school in Palmerston is currently underway with Stage One completed December 2019 and open to students from Term 1, 2020.

The new school provides quality, contemporary learning spaces that ensure young children are engaged and are receiving the best possible start towards a bright future.

Zuccoli Primary school will share the site with Mother Teresa Catholic Primary school. Both schools will utilise shared facilities such as the oval, air-conditioned hall, library, home economics and science rooms.

The shared facilities are funded by the Northern Territory Government and will be completed as part of Stage Two of the project.

Stage one – 2018 to 2020 - complete

Stage One of the Zuccoli Primary School is complete and opened to students in Term 1, 2020.

Stage One scope included:

  • new preschool with capacity for up to 88 pre-school students.
  • eight primary school classrooms with capacity for more than 200 students.

Stage two – 2019 to 2021 - underway

Stage Two of the Zuccoli Primary School is expected to be completed in early-2021, weather permitting.

Stage Two scope includes:

  • administration building
  • multipurpose learning areas such as an oval, ablution and changing buildings, home economics classrooms and a library.
  • eight additional classrooms with capacity for a further 230 students.

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Zuccoli primary school

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Project Director: Mark Taylor
Email: mark.taylor@nt.gov.au

Last updated: 18 February 2020

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