About the project
The Victorian Government is transforming local education through the Shepparton Education Plan.
Development of the plan began in 2017, with a vision of transforming student outcomes by empowering all students to learn and achieve, experience high quality teaching and the best conditions for lifelong learning. We consulted the community on a broad range of complex educational and social issues. You can for a copy of the engagement report.
As part of this plan, we have supported the merger of four secondary schools to create . These schools will come together on a new purpose-built campus. The college will offer the Shepparton community new facilities and provide students more subject choices than ever before.
We have also delivered a in Mooroopna. This new centre is connected to Mooroopna Primary School through the Our Place model – making it easier for families and the wider community to access education, and health and wellbeing services.
Stage two of the (Early Years), focusses on the educational journey of children from birth to school. It proposes a range of outcomes and supporting actions to ensure local children have access to integrated, effective, and inclusive early childhood education and care services.
Together with its Secondary, Primary and Tertiary stages, The Shepparton Education Plan is a long-term plan to transform education in Shepparton to help young people get the best possible start in life. It looks at learning from birth to post-secondary school.
This plan is one of several education plans we are involved in. To learn more about the new buildings, upgraded facilities or community consultations connected to other education plans across the state, please visit the page.
In the 2018–19 State Budget, $20.5 million has been allocated to the Shepparton Education Plan.
This follows $1 million in planning funding in 2017–18.
In 2020, $119 million was allocated to the Greater Shepparton Secondary College.
Reviewed 29 December 2022