Marulan Public School is one of 39 local community organisations to gain funding from the Veolia Mulwaree Trust (VMT).
The school received $11,000 and will use the money to install new playground equipment which will be enjoyed by the students.
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School principal Ross Copland said he was grateful for VMT as upgrading all their playground equipment would be very useful.
"Combining Veolia's grant with money raised by the school's P and C has been a massive help," Mr Copland said.
With the school year drawing to a close, Mr Copland said the project would probably have to carry on to next year.
"We will have a site inspection soon and tthen we have to organise a few things too before we can get started, so I don't think it will be completed this year," he said.
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