WOWAN State School students can look forward to having a new and exciting way to learn after the opening of their new classroom earlier this week.
The school received $850,000 of funding for the building under the governments Building Education Revolution.
Principal Michael Nielsen said this classroom was a major improvement to the school.
"To have a new resource centre in the school is just fantastic for the school and the community," he said.
"It's a lot larger than our other classroom.
"I am able to use group work a lot more effectively having three different working areas in the room."
Mr Nielsen said the students were particularly helpful when it came to moving into the new room.
"When we moved the furniture down they just worked so very hard they could not have been a better help."
Everything in the room is new from the furniture to the computers and the interactive whiteboard.
But the building wasn't without its controversy with the school's P&C forced to fight last year after they were told the only option within budget was a demountable.
P&C representative Sib Torrisi said he had filed an application with the Crime and Misconduct Commission in regards to the way they were treated during this time.
Senator John Hogg attended a ceremony on Tuesday to officially open the building.