Students at Highvale Primary School will benefit from new upgrades, giving them the first-rate facilities they need to get a great education.
Highvale Primary School will receive funding to upgrade and modernise facilities, including the refurbishment of classrooms and facilities that are in poor condition. The works will target facilities that need it most, ensuring that students learn in an environment compatible with the delivery of modern education.
The Andrews Labor Government is making sure every child gets the very best start in life, building and upgrading a record number of Victorian schools.
The $685 million investment, part of the Victorian Budget 2017/18, will go to improving classrooms, upgrading facilities and building new schools across the state.
$195 million will go towards upgrading and modernising 59 regional schools and 49 metropolitan schools. The projects include new classrooms, STEM facilities, gymnasiums and playgrounds.
This includes $600,000 for upgrades at Highvale Primary School; a project that the entire community can be proud of.
The funding brings the Labor Government’s total investment in our schools to more than $2.5 billion, including over 1,000 existing school projects and 56 new schools.
Quotes attributable to Minister for Education James Merlino
“Across our state, we want to make sure that our schools have the best facilities, our classrooms have the best teachers and that every child is given every chance to succeed.”
“We’re building the Education State brick by brick, school by school.”
Quotes attributable to Shaun Leane MP, Member for Eastern Metropolitan Region
“Students in Monash deserve first-rate facilities. This upgrade will make a real difference to them and their families.”
“These aren’t just numbers in a spreadsheet. This is a real investment in kids in Eastern Metro Region.”