About the project
The Victorian Government is transforming local education through the Frankston North Education Plan.
Work on the plan began in 2017. Its vision is for every child and family in the Frankston North community to succeed in learning and life – through access to better education and health and wellbeing programs from birth.
We work with three local schools across early childhood, primary and secondary education, connecting and supporting them to share their expertise and resources.
As part of this plan, we upgraded and modernised buildings at these schools. Students have better learning facilities, and their families have easier access to a range of health and wellbeing services.
We also upgraded an early learning centre and built a new one. These are connected to the primary schools through the Our Place model – creating a one-stop-shop for families to get education, adult training, as well as health and other community services.
The schools involved in the plan are:
This is one of several education plans we are involved in. To learn more about the new buildings, upgraded facilities or community consultations connected to others across the state, please visit the page.
In the 2017–18 State Budget, this project shared in $7 million planning funding.
This project received an additional $15 million in the 2018–19 State Budget.
In the 2019–20 State Budget, the project received a further $11.268 million.
Reviewed 29 December 2022