Scoresby Primary School unveiled its new central canopy structure today, which creates a new heart for the campus by linking its main buildings with a shaded multipurpose outdoor area.
Minister for Education James Merlino today visited Scoresby Primary School to open the new $392,000 central outdoor learning area, which will include an outdoor stage for assemblies, Christmas concerts and musical performances, as well as an outdoor theatre area and synthetic grass courts for sport and student recreation.
The Andrews Labor Government is building the Education State so that every child has the opportunity to succeed.
The Labor Government last year delivered a record $730 million investment in schools so that every community has access to a great local school.
Scoresby Primary also received equity funding of $19,945 this year as part of the Labor Government’s Education State funding boost to provide extra $566 million to help schools and students most in need.
Scoresby Primary School was originally founded by the residents of the area in 1870 – before compulsory school education was introduced in Victoria – and now has 228 student enrolments.
Past students at the school include singer Kylie Minogue and writer/director Leigh Whannell.
Quotes attributable to Minister for Education James Merlino
“The Education State is about taking our education system from good to great. We are upgrading our schools so that they have the infrastructure that our kids need to be their best.”
“It’s great to see a school with the rich history of Scoresby Primary unveil such new, modern learning areas so that its students have every opportunity to thrive.”
Reviewed 19 August 2020