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Aitken Hill Primary School

Location
51 Rhyolite Dr Craigieburn 3064

New School - Expansion

  1. Start

    Q2 2022

  2. Planning

  3. Design

  4. Construction

  5. Finish

    Q3 2025

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

The school will receive new permanent buildings to provide space for an additional 300 students.

Funding

In the 2022–23 State Budget, this school received at least $11.201 million.

Funding type
New School

Inclusive Schools Fund - Round 7

  1. Start

    Q4 2021

  2. Planning

  3. Design

  4. Construction

  5. Finish

    Q3 2023

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

We are building an inclusive outdoor learning space, including new sensory equipment.

Funding

In Round 7 of the Inclusive Schools Fund, the project received $200,000.

Funding type
Inclusive Schools Fund

New School

  1. Start

  2. Planning

  3. Design

  4. Construction

  5. Finish

    Q1 2019

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

Aitken Hill Primary School will accommodate up to 475 students from Prep to Year 6. We've completed the first stage, and it welcomed its first students in term 1, 2019.

The school received an additional $6.77 million in the 2018-19 State Budget for Stage 2 of the project – constructing a performing arts and physical education facility that will be ready later in term 1, 2019.

Aitken Hill Primary School has an official Facebook pageExternal Link . Follow it for all the latest news.

Peter Hansen has been appointed as the foundation principal of Aitken Hill Primary School.

For questions about enrolments, please contact the school. State-wide school zone maps are available at Find my SchoolExternal Link . Policies on enrolment, placement, and admission are available on the Department of Education's websiteExternal Link .

Aitken Hill Integrated Community Centre is located next to Aitken Hill Primary School, helping local children make a smooth transition from pre-school and reducing the number of drop-offs for some parents with kinder and school-aged children.

This school, designed by Architectus and K2LD as part of the Growth Areas Schools Project, was a winner of the 'Minister's Award for Excellence' in the 2019 Victorian School Design AwardsExternal Link .

Funding

The 2017–18 State Budget allocated $13.806 million towards the school.

The school received an additional $6.77 million in the 2018–19 State Budget for construction.

Funding type
New School

Reviewed 29 December 2022

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