ABOUT THE PROJECT
Harvest Home Primary School serves families in the suburb of Epping.
The school has been built to accommodate up to 475 students, and was delivered by the Learning Communities Victoria (LCV) consortium.
The school opened for students, Prep to Year 6 in Term 1, 2017.
The school was designed with the local community in mind and is a gathering place for local families and residents to enjoy community, arts, sports and recreation programs.
- an Early Learning Centre run by the YMCA that facilitates the transition between early childhood learning to primary education;
- an additional multi-purpose space that can be used by the school during school hours and by the YMCA out of school hours to provide a range of community services and programs;
- a shared oval with City of Whittlesea Council to maximise space for students, including an amphitheatre and outdoor stage;
- an expanded gymnasium built to Netball Victoria standards;
- embedded environmental sustainability education via the CERES ResourceSmart Schools program initiative;
- additional classrooms for students in this high growth area;
- conference and meeting rooms for local community use.
The architect for this project is ClarkeHopkinsClarke.
Watpac are the builders for the project.
Apart from the architect and builder, LCV partners included Amber as sponsor, Spotless as facilities manager and YMCA and CERES as community partners.
Anthony Simone has been appointed as the principal of Harvest Home Primary School.
Students are eligible to enrol in this school if it is the nearest government school to where the student lives.
Our enrolment map will help you see if your child is eligible to enrol at the school.
For more information contact the Principal Anthony Simone.
More information about the school is available on the Harvest Home Primary School.
Policies on enrolment, placement, and admission are available on the Department of Education and Training website.