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FRANKSTON NORTH EDUCATION PLAN

By Hayley Healey

Funding:In the 2017-18 State Budget, this project shared in $7 million planning funding. This project has received an additional $15 million in the 2018-19 State Budget.

Funding Type:Education Plan

Education, good health and wellbeing transform lives. How can schools deliver all these services to our community?

That question is the focus of the Frankston North Education Plan, involving Aldercourt Primary SchoolMahogany Rise Primary School and Monterey Secondary College.​

In late 2017, we asked you to contribute thoughts and ideas. Your input has helped create a plan to give Frankston North students the support they need to thrive. ​​

Current funding will deliver Stage 1 of the plan, including significant upgrade and modernisation works and expanding and enhancing the Doctors in Secondary Schools program consulting suites at Monterey Secondary College ($9.5 million). We will also develop a health and wellbeing services hub and link the school with an onsite early learning centre at Mahogany Rise Primary School ($5 million).

The funding will also include $500,000 for the design of stage 2, that will include new kindergarten facilities, subject to a feasibility review, and upgrades to Aldercourt Primary School. The education plan will also look at ways to increase participation, develop resilience among young people and build aspiration and pride in the community.

The aim is to develop better education, health and wellbeing programs. This will improve support for students and families, and help build lifelong learning opportunities for the Frankston North community. You can view the education plan in publications below.​​

Frankston North Education Plan (Word)

Frankston North Education Plan – Factsheet (PDF)

Frankston North Education Plan – Factsheet (Word)

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