'Free purpose built space for class groups to use as a base when exploring the City of Adelaide'
Each day, the City of Adelaide offers a diverse ‘melting pot’ of exciting and unique learning experiences for students.
Further confirming its title as an ‘Educating City’, Adelaide can now boast a facility that acts as a base for class groups that choose to visit the City on field trips and excursions.
The City Classroom is a free purpose-built facility available in the heart of the City. An initiative of Adelaide City Council, the space has been designed to make visiting the City with students easy by providing access to a fully resourced classroom at no cost.
Seating up to 30 students in a main classroom area and up to 10 students in a separate discussion room, the facility creates an ideal resource for teachers wishing to access one of the City’s educational attractions.
The Classroom also boasts state-of-the-art equipment including:
● Electronic whiteboard
● Data show projector and screen
● DVD and VHS player
● Presenters microphone system
● A lap top computer
● Internet access
Additional facilities include:
● A fully equipped kitchenette and drinking fountain
● Discussion room which doubles as a ‘sick room’
● Toilet facilities
● Close to public transport and parking
The Classroom also has full wheelchair access.
Once booked, use of the Classroom is exclusive to each class and rooms can be locked to ensure the safe storage of school bags and valuables during tours and site visits around the City.
How to check the availability of the City Classroom
Available days can be viewed online.
How to book the City Classroom
Bookings are essential. Contact the Grote Street Library and Community Centre on (08) 8203 7990