A double classroom block taken from Queenstown Primary School
for ''retrofitting'' before its use at Remarkables Primary
School is barely recognisable while builders work to have it
ready before term one next year.
Remarkables Primary School pupils brought Queenstown Airport
to a standstill on Friday with a surprise performance of
their Jump Jam skills to the sound of Greased Lightning,
before they boarded an aircraft to compete in Christchurch.
The Remarkables Primary School's board of trustees and
principal have told the Ministry of Education and deputy
prime minister Bill English they will not accept the
ministry's proposal to annex two empty classrooms at nearby
KingsView School to cope with the Remarkables school's