$200,000 - Local Schools Community Fund Delivers for Stirling Kids Featured Image

Vince Connelly, Federal Member for Stirling, announced a total of 12 schools in Stirling that are set to benefit from an early Christmas investment by the Morrison Government. 

Mr Connelly said the Coalition Government was providing $200,000 from the Local Schools Community Fund to support projects including: 

St Kieran Catholic Primary School

Centenary Walk and Space

 $         16,000

Tuart Hill Primary School

Nature Play

 $         20,000

North Morley Primary School

Air-conditioning installation - Junior Block

 $         12,400

West Balcatta Primary School

The School Toilet Project

 $         20,000

Osborne Primary School

Shade cover on Stage

 $         20,000

Yokine Primary School

YPS Undercover Area and Toilet Refurbishment Project

 $         20,000

North Balga Primary School

Wellbeing space and toilet uplift

 $           2,500

Warriapendi Primary School

Shade Structure to playground

 $         12,798

Westminster Primary School

Provide comfortable working space for students during the summer

 $         16,302

Australian Islamic College

NAPLAN Online Readiness Upgrade

 $         20,000

Boyare Primary School

Boyare Primary Playground Shade

 $         20,000

Dianella Secondary College Education Support Centre

Robotics For All Students

 $         20,000

 “The Morrison Government has delivered record funding to schools across Australia, and these latest investments are further evidence of our commitment to quality access to education for all students. 

“Toilet block refurbishments, shade structures, air conditioning and learning opportunities are tangible investments that local principals have identified as crucial to improving the quality of education. 

“I’m grateful to all school leaders in Stirling that nominated their projects and look forward to working with them to deliver four our school communities,” Mr Connelly said. 

This additional investment is on top of the Coalition Government’s record funding of $310 billion for schools, which represents in Stirling a 70% increase of funding per student over 10 years.