The new building at Blayney High School, just opposite the crossing to Blayney Public School, is to become a well-being hub for both schools, but its drab grey exterior wasn't exactly a reflection of its future use.
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Demountable school rooms are not known for their attractive design or cool aesthetic, however this new building has had its exterior given more than one coat of paint in the lead up to its opening.
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BPS principal Jaime Medbury said that following on from the popular bird murals within the school, making the building brighter and more appealing was necessary.
"It will be a well-being centre where external services that we can't get in Blayney can come and people can access them," she said.
Created by the artist Nitsua, or simply Austin backwards, his design comes from an ideal to transform the utilitarian entry into something much more welcoming.
"When I saw it I just felt that a girl with a butterfly coming off a flower would really make a bright and peaceful entry into the centre," he said.
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