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Putting students first with free glasses in schools

Keysborough, Noble Park and Springvale students will receive free eye testing and glasses at school in a Victorian-first. The Andrews Labor Government today launched the Glasses for Kids program. More than 30,000 Prep to Year 3 students at 250 schools most in need will have their eyes tested and receive free glasses under the program. Children with undiagnosed vision problems often find it hard to concentrate at school, leading to poor results and bad behaviour - yet many struggling families avoid eye testing because of the cost. Glasses for Kids has been trialled in 24 schools across Gippsland and Melbourne, and will now be rolled out in a further 226 schools around the state. Eligible schools include Athol Road Primary School, Heatherhill Primary School, Keysborough Primary School and Noble Park Primary School. The Labor Government has also partnered with Melbourne University to deliver Glasses for Kids, with supervised final-year optometry students to carry out vision testing at 160 schools. Providing Glasses for Kids is about putting Victorian students and their families first to make sure every child has access to a great school and the opportunity to succeed in life. That’s why we are also: • Giving 25,000 children a free breakfast at School Breakfast Clubs in 500 primary schools most in need, so kids can concentrate, learn and reach their full potential • Giving more than 70,000 Victorian students regular access to the healthcare they need at school, with 100 schools across the state taking part in Australia’s first Doctors in Secondary Schools Program • Helping 180,000 Victorian students take part in school camps and excursions, with $63.8 million already provided under the Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund • Giving 50,000 Victorian families more than 210,000 school uniform items under the Affordable School Uniforms Program over the past two years Schools receiving Glasses for Kids: www.education.vic.gov.au/about/educationstate/Pages/glassesforkids.aspx

Putting students first with free glasses in schools

Keysborough, Noble Park and Springvale students will receive free eye testing and glasses at school in a Victorian-first. The Andrews Labor Government today launched the Glasses for Kids program. More than 30,000 Prep to Year 3 students at 250 schools most in need will have their eyes tested and receive free glasses under the program. Children with undiagnosed vision problems often find it hard to concentrate at school, leading to poor results and bad behaviour - yet many struggling families avoid eye testing because of the cost. Glasses for Kids has been trialled in 24 schools across Gippsland and Melbourne, and will now be rolled out in a further 226 schools around the state. Eligible schools include Athol Road Primary School, Heatherhill Primary School, Keysborough Primary School and Noble Park Primary School. The Labor Government has also partnered with Melbourne University to deliver Glasses for Kids, with supervised final-year optometry students to carry out vision testing at 160 schools. Providing Glasses for Kids is about putting Victorian students and their families first to make sure every child has access to a great school and the opportunity to succeed in life. That’s why we are also: • Giving 25,000 children a free breakfast at School Breakfast Clubs in 500 primary schools most in need, so kids can concentrate, learn and reach their full potential • Giving more than 70,000 Victorian students regular access to the healthcare they need at school, with 100 schools across the state taking part in Australia’s first Doctors in Secondary Schools Program • Helping 180,000 Victorian students take part in school camps and excursions, with $63.8 million already provided under the Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund • Giving 50,000 Victorian families more than 210,000 school uniform items under the Affordable School Uniforms Program over the past two years Schools receiving Glasses for Kids: www.education.vic.gov.au/about/educationstate/Pages/glassesforkids.aspx

Keysborough College to get a doctor

Keysborough College students will have regular access to a doctor and the healthcare they need at school. The Andrews Labor Government today announced the 100 schools taking part in the Doctors in Secondary Schools Program, with Keysborough College’s Acacia Campus among the schools to get a GP under the scheme. Participating schools will partner with local doctors who will visit the schools for up to one day a week, with students able to get referrals to specialists and the help they need before it affects their studies. Half of the schools participating in the program are located in regional Victoria, where families often face barriers to accessing healthcare. A further 25 schools taking part in the program are located in Melbourne’s growth areas and urban fringe to help meet demand for services created by Victoria’s unprecedented population growth. Work is now under way on recruitment and training, building consultation rooms at schools and establishing partnerships with local healthcare providers so the program can start rolling out next year. The program will be rolled out progressively in the 100 schools around the state from term one, 2017. The Andrews Labor Government provided $43.8 million for Doctors in Secondary Schools in the Victorian Budget 2016/17, including $25.8 million for staff and operational costs and $18 million to build consultation rooms on school grounds. The list of 100 schools taking part is available at: www.education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/health/pages/doctors-secondary-schools.aspx

Keysborough College to get a doctor

Keysborough College students will have regular access to a doctor and the healthcare they need at school. The Andrews Labor Government today announced the 100 schools taking part in the Doctors in Secondary Schools Program, with Keysborough College’s Acacia Campus among the schools to get a GP under the scheme. Participating schools will partner with local doctors who will visit the schools for up to one day a week, with students able to get referrals to specialists and the help they need before it affects their studies. Half of the schools participating in the program are located in regional Victoria, where families often face barriers to accessing healthcare. A further 25 schools taking part in the program are located in Melbourne’s growth areas and urban fringe to help meet demand for services created by Victoria’s unprecedented population growth. Work is now under way on recruitment and training, building consultation rooms at schools and establishing partnerships with local healthcare providers so the program can start rolling out next year. The program will be rolled out progressively in the 100 schools around the state from term one, 2017. The Andrews Labor Government provided $43.8 million for Doctors in Secondary Schools in the Victorian Budget 2016/17, including $25.8 million for staff and operational costs and $18 million to build consultation rooms on school grounds. The list of 100 schools taking part is available at: www.education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/health/pages/doctors-secondary-schools.aspx

Putting Keysborough students first with free breakfast clubs

Our government's support for school Breakfast Clubs is a wonderful thing. I recently shared a muffin with the munchkins at Keysborough Primary School. Thanks to the staff and students who do a fantastic job every morning, ensuring the kids get a healthy start to the day. Students at fantastic local schools here in Keysborough, Noble Park and Springvale are already taking part in the Andrews Government's School Breakfast Clubs program which helps students reach their full potential. More than 25,000 children in over 500 schools across Victoria will receive free breakfasts as part of the program, which ensures all students start the day with a nutritious meal and ready to learn.

Putting Keysborough students first with free breakfast clubs

Our government's support for school Breakfast Clubs is a wonderful thing. I recently shared a muffin with the munchkins at Keysborough Primary School. Thanks to the staff and students who do a fantastic job every morning, ensuring the kids get a healthy start to the day. Students at fantastic local schools here in Keysborough, Noble Park and Springvale are already taking part in the Andrews Government's School Breakfast Clubs program which helps students reach their full potential. More than 25,000 children in over 500 schools across Victoria will receive free breakfasts as part of the program, which ensures all students start the day with a nutritious meal and ready to learn.

Keysborough College gets a new in-school health service

Keysborough Secondary College Acacia Campus students will soon have regular access to a doctor at school

 

Supporting our local CFA

The Andrews Government has recently announced a $35 million funding boost for new CFA facilities across the state.

Supporting our local CFA

The Andrews Government has recently announced a $35 million funding boost for new CFA facilities across the state.

Visiting Noble Park English Language School

Recently I visited Noble Park English Language School to meet some of their talented students. Noble Park ELS provides intensive English language courses for students aged 5-18 years old who are newly arrived to Australia. Students come from over 45 language backgrounds, and the school helps them build confidence as they start their new lives in Australia. The Andrews Government’s 2016 Budget recently delivered $850,598 in additional funding to this fantastic local school to make sure students get the individual support they need to excel. Every student, regardless of their background, is part of our plan to make Victoria the Education State, and I’m proud to be able to deliver this much-needed funding for Noble Park ELS.

Visiting Noble Park English Language School

Recently I visited Noble Park English Language School to meet some of their talented students. Noble Park ELS provides intensive English language courses for students aged 5-18 years old who are newly arrived to Australia. Students come from over 45 language backgrounds, and the school helps them build confidence as they start their new lives in Australia. The Andrews Government’s 2016 Budget recently delivered $850,598 in additional funding to this fantastic local school to make sure students get the individual support they need to excel. Every student, regardless of their background, is part of our plan to make Victoria the Education State, and I’m proud to be able to deliver this much-needed funding for Noble Park ELS.

A new bus for Keysborough South

One of the top issues locals in Keysborough South raise with me is the need for public transport in this growing community. From Sunday 28 August, the new Route 709 will run from Noble Park Station to Mordialloc Station via Keylana Drive, Westwood Boulevard and Perry Road in Keysborough South, and Bloomfield Road in Noble Park. The new service will run: - Monday-Friday: every 30 minutes between 6:00am and 7:00pm. Then every hour from 7:00pm to around 9:00pm. - Saturdays: every 30 minutes from 7:00am – 7:00pm, then every hour until 9pm. - Sundays: every 30 minutes from 8.30am – 7:00pm, then every hour until 9pm. The new bus route is the product of extensive community consultation and is part of the Andrews Government's $100 million Better Bus Networks program. Public Transport Victoria will notify local residents of the location of bus stops in the coming weeks. Special thanks go to everyone who contributed their views during consultation – your feedback has been integral in helping us deliver this new service.

A new bus for Keysborough South

One of the top issues locals in Keysborough South raise with me is the need for public transport in this growing community. From Sunday 28 August, the new Route 709 will run from Noble Park Station to Mordialloc Station via Keylana Drive, Westwood Boulevard and Perry Road in Keysborough South, and Bloomfield Road in Noble Park. The new service will run: - Monday-Friday: every 30 minutes between 6:00am and 7:00pm. Then every hour from 7:00pm to around 9:00pm. - Saturdays: every 30 minutes from 7:00am – 7:00pm, then every hour until 9pm. - Sundays: every 30 minutes from 8.30am – 7:00pm, then every hour until 9pm. The new bus route is the product of extensive community consultation and is part of the Andrews Government's $100 million Better Bus Networks program. Public Transport Victoria will notify local residents of the location of bus stops in the coming weeks. Special thanks go to everyone who contributed their views during consultation – your feedback has been integral in helping us deliver this new service.

Athol Road Primary School receives music grant

Athol Road Primary School recently received a Musical Instrument Grant to purchase some new ukuleles, and I visited the school to have a look at their music program and try out some of the new equipment. The Andrews Government is making Victoria the Education State, and that means giving kids access to a broad and diverse curriculum. Grants like these will help schools like Athol Road run a vibrant music program and give local students a fantastic education for years to come.

Athol Road Primary School receives music grant

Athol Road Primary School recently received a Musical Instrument Grant to purchase some new ukuleles, and I visited the school to have a look at their music program and try out some of the new equipment. The Andrews Government is making Victoria the Education State, and that means giving kids access to a broad and diverse curriculum. Grants like these will help schools like Athol Road run a vibrant music program and give local students a fantastic education for years to come.
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