Students at Hampton Park Primary School will enjoy more modern buildings, as the Andrews Labor Government continues to make Victoria the Education State.

The Member for Narre Warren South Judith Couacaud Graley MP today announced $700,000 from the 2016/17 Victorian Budget will go towards an upgrade to the school’s ageing facilities during a visit with the Principal Ms Leonie King and staff at Hampton Park Primary School.

The funding will go towards replacing relocatable classrooms with permanent buildings ensuring students have the modern spaces they need to learn.

It’s the latest step in making Victoria the Education State, where every student gets the chance to fulfil their potential and can access a school with great facilities.

Throughout the state, hundreds of new school infrastructure projects are underway, just like the one about to start at Hampton Park Primary School.

Quotes attributable to Member for Narre Warren South Judith Graley
“I know Hampton Park Primary School is doing great work – and this funding will help it become even better.”

“Students deserve more than the ageing and outdated facilities we have now. This funding will ensure they have the fantastic learning spaces they deserve.”

“The Principal Leonie King and the whole school community have worked tirelessly to secure funding to not only rebuild their school but to ensure it can provide the very best education for our young people.”

Quotes attributable to Principal of Hampton Park Primary School Leonie King

“We are a school that prides itself on its innovative programs and to ensure we can continue to meet the needs of our students, we are working hard to provide the best possible learning environment for our children.”

“This funding will enable us to complete our original plan of creating permanent learning spaces that provide an outstanding educational experience for all students.”