Camden High students construct cubby house for WILMA

Hard at work: The group of students worked with My Gateway and Bunnings Narellan to bring the cubby house to life.
Hard at work: The group of students worked with My Gateway and Bunnings Narellan to bring the cubby house to life.

Visitors to Campbelltown's WILMA Women's Health facility now have a new way to keep their kids entertained thanks to a group of students from Camden High School.

The students, who were working with My Gateway on a Trade Engagement Program, helped build a special cubby house for the facility.

My Gateway school to work partner Greg Belle supervised the project and said the boys took a lot away from the experience.

"We ran this program with Camden High for boys who were more interested in trades than school," he said. "This way they pick up valuable skills and got a real sense of community and the opportunity to give back.

"They felt that their work was valued."

The boys stopped by Bunnings Narellan once a week to build the cubby house, which was then disassembled and reassembled upon delivery at WILMA.

Mr Belle said the boys were thrilled with the WILMA manager's reaction to the finished product: "I love it, I love it, I love it".