A new library and remedial room with an undercroft and provision for toilets was built with the BER funds. It looks over the original farm dam and along with views through the tree canopy, provides a serene ambience. To moderate the harsh Armidale climate, heat pumps are used to heat and reticulate hot water through coils in the library slab and the high level of thermal insulation and northern orientation provide passive support. The library completes a courtyard enclosed by the existing staff and administration buildings.
Earlier projects include the more rectilinear class 4,5 building which the children experience after the hexagonal shape of class 1, 2 and 3. The psychological transitions of the child through the more nurturing hexagonal shapes to the more alert Class 4, 5 forms, is complemented by the colour sequence from warm reds to yellow.
The school is exemplary in its sustainable building initiatives and also collects rainwater, runs an on site reed bed sewage treatment system and is centered around a biodynamic garden in a rural bush setting.