Students from one of the nation’s largest vocational schools will be transferred from one school desk to another at Carrollan High School in Perth’s west this week.
A student at the Perth School of Business, whose surname is being withheld due to family concerns, has been informed by staff members that the school’s school desk will be demolished in the coming days.
He will have no access to the building and the building’s roof will be removed to make way for the new school.
The school has had no official comment from school principal Mark Clements about the move.
“It’s very important that we don’t let people get in the way,” he said.
Students from one vocational school at Carrollans Carrollton, which includes Carlington High, will be relocated from one room in the school office to another in the new building.
Mr Clements said it was a good move because the students were learning in the same classroom and that was good for everyone involved.
“It’ll be great for students, it’ll be good for staff, it will be good to the students, everyone involved,” he told 7.30.
“[The] school has to move because they can’t get the students out of the building.
That’s not what we’re looking for.”
He said he had received a number of calls about the students.
They were just being kept in the classroom and he was concerned about that, but he had to make the decision.””
They’re doing a fantastic job, they’re learning, they want to learn.
If we can’t move them, we’ll move them,” he explained.
There are a number other vocational schools in the region, but Mr Clements confirmed that this would be the first time any of them would be transferred to a new school office.