Founders Education Entrance is opening to all kids who are blind, visually impaired or have a disability.
Founders Education entrance is opening in the city’s CBD, in a public park and on the first floor of the Harbourfront Tower.
The school was launched in 2014, after the founder, David Kavanagh, found the facility would make it easier for children to be educated.
The new facility is located on the top floor of Harbourfront Towers, near the main entrance.
Founder David Kavancic opened the facility in the CBD, with a new entrance to the school, on the second floor of its building.
Kavanagh said the new entrance will provide access to all the classes of students at the school with the aim of getting all children with disabilities enrolled and participating in the program.
“Our aim is to provide a learning experience for all of our children, with access to the learning and opportunities for all, that are available to all of us, including people with disabilities,” he said.
“The school is designed to be accessible to all who need to access the learning environment and we are working towards this by offering the best of the city, including its cultural and recreational amenities, to everyone, including children with accessibility challenges.”
A public park is also being built on the third floor of a building in the Harbourview neighbourhood.
Kavancics said the school will remain open for families to visit during their school holidays.
“We have been working with the City to create a safe, welcoming and welcoming environment for families and visitors alike.
We are proud to say that our school is now open to all our children and our family members,” he wrote.