Families in Melbourne’s growing south eastern suburbs are a step closer to having a new local primary school, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Premier Daniel Andrews and Member for Bass Jordan Crugnale today joined happy students, teachers and workers to mark the start of construction at site of the new $20.8 million Clyde North East Primary School.
Clyde North East Primary School will include state-of-the-art classrooms, performing arts spaces and physical education centre with open play space.
The school will cater for 525 students from the fast-growing Clyde North community once completed and is set to open in 2020.
Clyde North East Primary School is part of the Labor Government’s school building boom that will see 100 new government schools open over the next eight years, including 7 brand new schools across Pakenham, Clyde and Cranbourne and a new junior secondary school to service Phillip Island and the west of Bass Coast Shire.
The Labor Government has invested $3.8 billion in improving, upgrading and building schools to ensure that every community can access a great local school where students can achieve their best.
Quotes attributable to Premier Daniel Andrews
“We’re giving families across Pakenham, Clyde and Cranbourne the certainty that they will have a great local school, close to home.”
“A brand new primary school for Clyde North East is more than an investment in buildings, it’s an investment in our children’s future in this fantastic community.”
Quotes attributable to Member for Bass Jordan Crugnale
“We are about making sure families in the outer south east get the education, health and transport services, supports and infrastructure they need and deserve.”
“This is a much needed school for a growing community who have called Clyde North home and it’s only a Labor Government that is getting it done.”