MANDURAH Primary School celebrated the opening of a refurbished building with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The heritage listed building is more than 80 year old.
Mandurah MLA and school board chairman David Templeman, Mayor Rhys Williams and Principal Natasha Upcott cut the ribbon. George Walley gave the welcome to country.
The building will be used as a MakeSpace, STEM learning centre, a sports store and two office spaces and an early intervention work space for students.