Work on a $105,000 maintenance project has just finished at Bolinda Primary School.

The school has received upgrades to its electrical system and to the roof and plumbing in the art room and administration building.

A fresh water filtration system has been installed to provide fresh drinking water for the pupils and teachers.

Some asbestos and a beehive were removed from the school grounds.

The works were funded by the state government’s Maintenance Program. Macedon MP Mary-Anne Thomas visited the school to see the improvements.

“These important upgrades mean Bolinda will remain a fantastic place to learn and a great choice of school for students in the area,” Ms Thomas said.