Community Learning Spaces
As part of its learning innovation strategy, Kincoppal-Rose Bay has been working to develop community learning spaces within the school.
Kincoppal-Rose Bay’s Learning Spaces have been designed to integrate technology; engaging students in ways not previously possible; creating new learning and teaching possibilities; enhancing achievement and extending interactions with local and global communities. Read more information about our Learning Spaces...
The Maureen Tudehope Centre
The Maureen Tudehope Centre is a multi-purpose, state of the art centre that houses exceptional sports, music and performing arts facilities. It is used for all types of school and community events.
The Centre is named after a friend and supporter of the school, Maureen Tudehope. Maureen's generous family helped make our dream a reality and the Centre honours her memory.
Located next to the main school campus, the Centre offers many impressive facilties including:
- Blann Family Pool - a 25m heated indoor swimming pool with viewing area. It is ideal for swimming classes, squads, the KRB Swim Club, water polo games and recreational swimming
- Indoor Sports Court - includes retractable equipment for basketball, netball, soccer, tennis and volleyball
- Maloney Family Fitness Centre - with modern facilities and change rooms
- Fernon Family Fields - designed for soccer and touch football matches
- A Dance Studio - for ballet, jazz and contemporary dance classes
- Burcher Family Stage - an impressive modern space with high-tech lighting and sound systems. Ideal for school musicals and plays
- The Edwina Taylor Clark Auditorium - accommodating more than 900 people, the auditorium is perfect for liturgies, assemblies and significant school events such as the speech and awards ceremonies
- An indoor gathering space - opens onto an outdoor entertaining area for community functions
- The Auswild Family and Lochtenberg Family Courts - for playing basketball, netball and tennis
- An underground car park - accommodating more than 50 cars
Our beautiful Chapel was designed by renowned architect, John Horbury Hunt. It was completed in 1900 and is now a heritage listed building.
Maintained and managed by the devoted KRB Chapel Society, our Chapel is home to many concerts, recitals and weddings each year.
The Chapel has a rare 1890 Puget Organ which was sent to Sydney from the Sacred Heart Convent in Bordeaux, France in 1904. The organ has been restored by French organ builders. View more details about the restoration.
Our Chapel has hosted nearly 600 weddings - if you wish to enquire about booking for a wedding please contact:
The Events Co-ordinator
T: +61 2 9388 6140
The Mary Agnes O'Neil Library and Turnbull Centre
The Mary Agnes O’Neil Library was refurbished in 2014. Flexibility is the key to supporting the range of uses and is achieved with furniture that is easily rearranged to create spaces to support collaboration or individual work. The lower level houses the reading collections. Modular seating caters for class groups and relaxed reading.
The Turnbull Centre within the library provides a flexible space for conferences, classrooms, tutoring and collaborative work. Both levels of the library are serviced by a lift with access from the Harbour Terrace. Outdoor seating on terraces of both levels of the library provide additional choices for reading and study.