Introduction

We want to hear from you. What kind of primary and secondary schools do you want for Clyde/Cranbourne area?

The Victorian Government has started planning for new schools.

  • Botanic Ridge Proposed P6
  • Casey Fields (Five Ways) Proposed P6
  • Clyde North East Proposed P6
  • Clyde North Primary School
  • Clyde North Secondary School
  • Cranbourne West Secondary & Special School
  • Thoroughbred P6

This survey is an opportunity for you to contribute your ideas to:

  • help us to understand what you see as the priorities for schools
  • inform the design
  • shape the vision.

Please take your time completing this survey. We appreciate you providing feedback.


Workshop registration

Thank you to those who attended our community workshop on Monday 23 April at the Balla Balla Community Centre.

If you would like to contribute further, please complete the survey below to help shape education in the Clyde/Cranbourne area.


Survey

This survey will close on Monday 30 April at 5pm.
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2. There is potential for some school facilities to be shared use with the community. What is the most important facility you think schools could share with the community?
3. Which spaces do you think are most important for student learning?

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4. How can we celebrate diversity in our schools? *Note: all schools will be built to universal design principles, allowing all students of all abilities to participate.

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5. How can we best create a sense of community within schools and the local areas?

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6. How can we best support the wellbeing of students and staff in schools?

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8. What is your preferred way to travel to school?

If you have the time, we’d appreciate if you could answer a few more questions to help us understand more about you.

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2. Why are you interested in education in this area?

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3. Do you speak a language other than English at home?
4. Do you identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander?
5. How did you hear about the engagement?
6. How satisfied are you with the current engagement process, in terms of opportunities to get involved and provide your views?

The survey form is now closed. Thanks for your contributions.