Mahogany Rise Primary School

Location
25 Forster Avenue Frankston North 3200

Upgrade and Modernisation - Oval and Landscaping

  • Start

    Q2 2023
  • Planning

  • Design

  • Construction

  • Finish

    Q3 2025

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

We are continuing our work at the school. We will be building a new synthetic turf oval and providing fresh landscaping.

Funding

In the 2023–24 State Budget the school received $700,000

Funding type

  • Upgrade and Modernisation

Upgrade and Modernisation

  • Start

    Q2 2018
  • Planning

  • Design

  • Construction

  • Finish

    Q1 2021

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

We significantly upgraded and modernised Mahogany Rise Primary School as part of the of the Frankston North Education Plan. ​

This included:

  • innovative, flexible spaces that support modern teaching practices, and allow the school to offer integrated family, health and wellbeing services
  • ​integrating the early learning centre 
  • a welcoming community area, inviting parents and the wider community to share school resources.​

The early learning centre includes the 'Our Place' model, a one-stop-shop for the community which aims to promote positive education outcomes for families and children.

The Our Place model was developed as part of the partnership between the Department of Education and the Colman Foundation. The model offers parents and families access to a range of services from one location, including:

  • kindergarten for three-year-olds (funded from 2022)
  • funded kindergarten for four-year-olds
  • primary, secondary and adult education
  • maternal and child health services
  • health and wellbeing support
  • training and job seeking services. 

Funding

In the 2017-18 State Budget, the Frankston North Education Plan project shared in $7 million planning funding. In the 2018-19 State Budget, $4.5 million was allocated to the school as part of the Frankston North Education Plan.

Funding type

  • Upgrade and Modernisation

School Pride and Sports Fund

  • Start

  • Planning

  • Design

  • Construction

  • Finish

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

Mahogany Rise Primary School used this funding to build a community kitchen, as well as fit out the inside of the community hub.   

Funding

In the 2016-17 State Budget, $200,000 has been allocated to the school.

Funding type

  • School Pride and Sports Fund

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