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Warringa Park School

Location
81 Warringa Cr Hoppers Crossing 3029

New specialist campus

  1. Start

    Q2 2021

  2. Planning

  3. Design

  4. Construction

  5. Finish

    Q1 2023

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

We are building a new specialist campus for Warringa Park School opening in 2023. Located in the City of Wyndham, this campus will help the growing local population access great education close to home. This purpose-built campus will provide 50 places for primary-aged students with intellectual disabilities.

This campus is named Warringa Park School – Polly Parade campus and is located at 71 Polly Parade, Tarneit 3029.

Funding

In the 2021–22 State Budget, this school shared in the $491.565 million for new schools construction.

Funding type
New Specialist School Campus

Frequently asked questions

  • When the campus opens in Term 1, 2023 it will include:

    • administration and staff spaces
    • learning and breakout spaces
    • multipurpose, media and art spaces
    • library
    • food technology
    • technology and science spaces.
  • A full enrolment policy that provides detailed entry eligibility criteria is now available through the school. Please contact the school on 03 9749 5774 or email warringa.park.sch@education.vic.gov.au.

    The 2023 school zones are available at findmyschool.vic.gov.au.

Warringa Park School - new specialist school campus - site plan

Warringa Park School - new specialist school campus - indicative site plan
Warringa Park School - new specialist school campus - site plan

This image shows a top view plan of the new school, which is located next to Tarneit Missen House Primary School (interim name).

The following areas are marked up:

  • Outdoor play space
  • Media/Arts spaces
  • Multipurpose spaces
  • Learning spaces
  • Food Technology
  • Science/Technology spaces
  • Library
  • Staff spaces
  • Toilets and amenities
  • Breakout spaces
  • Entry/Hallway
  • Reception
  • First Aid
  • Storage
  • Car park
  • Services
Download Warringa Park School - new specialist school campus - site plan

Inclusive Schools Fund - Round 6

  1. Start

    Q2 2021

  2. Planning

  3. Design

  4. Construction

  5. Finish

    Q2 2023

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

We are building an outdoor inclusive learning space, including new play equipment and synthetic turf.

Funding

In Round 6 of the Inclusive Schools Fund, this project received $200,000

Funding type
Inclusive Schools Fund

Upgrade and Modernisation - Stage 3

  1. Start

    Q2 2022

  2. Planning

  3. Design

  4. Construction

  5. Finish

    Q4 2025

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

We are modernising the school to give students better learning opportunities. In this significant upgrade, we will build new classrooms and learning spaces. These will replace relocatable buildings at the Bethany Road Campus and the Warringa Park Crescent Campus.

Funding

In the 2022–23 State Budget, this school received at least $14.659 million.

Funding type
Upgrade and Modernisation

Upgrade and Modernisation - Stage 2

  1. Start

    Q4 2020

  2. Planning

  3. Design

  4. Construction

  5. Finish

    Q1 2023

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

We are delivering the second stage of the school's master plan, adding to the major upgrades already under construction.

This school will benefit from Victoria’s largest ever single investment in upgrading specialist schools, with 39 sharing $388.8 million.

Funding

In the 2020–21 State Budget, the school received $7.966 million.

Funding type
Upgrade and Modernisation

Upgrade and Modernisation - Stage 1

  1. Start

  2. Planning

  3. Design

  4. Construction

  5. Finish

    Q1 2022

The above dates are forecast only and subject to change.

About the project

We delivered the first stage of the school's master plan.

We built a two-storey building that includes a therapy pool, music rooms, homecraft rooms and teaching spaces. We also upgraded the administration building to include staff facilities and play decks.

Funding

Funding was provided in the 2016–17 State Budget for planning. In the 2019-20 State Budget, the school received $12.4 million.

Funding type
Upgrade and Modernisation

Reviewed 12 September 2022

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