Yhuuramulum, on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin was officially opened on Tuesday, 29 May 2018. The name means 'to dream’ and is taken from the Ngunnawal language. It was selected through a community-wide naming competition, won by Year 7 student Charlotte Young. Charlotte’s entry reflected thoughtfully on the history of the local indigenous people, as well capturing the essence of the school’s motto ‘To the young anything is possible’.
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The two-storey building was designed to take advantage of the amazing location and vista of Yarralumla Bay, with the upper floor offering multiple configuration options – suitable for entire year levels right down to small collaborative groups.
Yhuuramulum is utilised on an almost-daily basis to deliver the curriculum, with students having access to both the upper floor multi-purpose spaces and the ground floor STEM workshop and rowing facilities.
The wider school community also enjoys access to Yhuuramulum through attendance at concerts, exhibitions, P&F Association events, book launches and information sessions.