Kingston City Council built a new early learning centre on the Chelsea Primary School site.
The Victorian Government is committed to providing high quality early years programs to give every child the best start in life.
The Government, through the Children’s Facilities Capital Program, is supporting local governments and other service providers to invest in early childhood infrastructure. This funding will respond to growing demand for places, raise the quality of learning environments and improve access to services for children from vulnerable and/or disadvantaged families.
The new facility provides rooms for a kindergarten program for 3 and 4-year-old children, and a multipurpose meeting space.
WKH Architects was appointed to the project.
Cellstruct was appointed to the project.