Help shape the future of education in Flemington

The Victorian Government recognises the transformational importance of education in Melbourne’s inner north-west and announced the Flemington Education Plan as part of the 2018-19 State Budget. The Flemington Education Plan aims to ensure that all learners have access to excellent educational opportunities.

Schools involved include Flemington Primary School, Debney Meadows Primary School, Mount Alexander College and Ascot Vale Special School, and there will be a number of opportunities for current and future parents, students, school staff and education experts to provide input to the Education Plan.

The Department of Education and Training is working in partnership with our school, other schools, Moonee Valley Council, and other key partners on the project to ensure we come up with a plan that meets the diverse needs of our community and the educational needs of all local students.


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