Over the past 125 years the magnificent TAS campus has been developed through the hard work and generosity of so many – so there’s no more fitting way to commemorate our quasquicentennial than being part of two signature projects that will enhance the amenity of the School.
Please support these projects as your way of commemorating this very special anniversary for The Armidale School by clicking on the links below or calling Director of Development Ms Cressida Mort on (02) 6776 5800. All donations are fully tax deductible.
To commemorate the School’s 125th anniversary next year the OAU is proposing a suitable set of gates as its project to mark the occasion. Designed by the School’s long-time architect Antony Deakin, the gates will echo the entryways from Douglas, Barney and Mann Streets. This $40,000 project will give a substantial facelift to a part of the campus that is increasingly becoming the main entry to TAS for so many in the wider community.
The iconic and magnificent TAS Dining Hall designed by the acclaimed English and colonial architect John Sulman is in need of some attention and focus to restore it to its intended glory. Improving the lighting, staging and sound as well as updating the furniture are all part of the ambitious plan. The Foundation is committed to completing this restoration to celebrate TAS’ 125 anniversary in 2019.
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TAS STEM ACADEMY OPEN DAY - Saturday 7 September
7 September 2019.
Get a glimpse into the future at the TAS STEM Academy Open Day.
Saturday 7 September from 12:30pm.
Designed for parents and kids aged 4–14, the Open Day will kick off at 12:30pm with a FREE BBQ and plenty of fun activities.
F1 Formula 1 Building Challenge, Robotics,
Virtual Reality, Coded Drones and so much more....