The Victorian Government made a commitment to deliver 100 new schools between 2019 and 2026. This includes the new Strathtulloh Primary School, which will open in 2022.
Kris White has been appointed as the new principal of this school. See the drop-down below for more informaiton.
Strathtulloh Primary School was previously known by its interim name, Bridge Road (Melton) Primary School, during the planning phase.
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Families wanting information on how to enrol at Strathtulloh Primary School for 2022 can contact Principal Kris White by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org has been updated to show school zones for 2022. This includes the zone for this school. Policies on enrolment, placement, and admission are available on the Department of Education and Training website.
Kris White has been appointed as the new principal of this school.
Kris is an experienced educator with a background in leading diverse school communities. He has taught every primary school year level, as well as many specialist classes. Kris has spent the past eight years as the principal of Glengala Primary School in Sunshine West.
Kris White will focus on promoting relationships and collaboration as the basis for strong student growth and successful learning outcomes.
The school will have the following facilities:
In 2018, we consulted with local communities gaining new schools next year in Melbourne's fastest growing outer suburbs – including your new primary school. We captured each local area's broad aspirations and used this feedback in our concept designs.
During January and February 2020, a second round of engagement invited locals to share their ideas, local knowledge and the things that mattered most about how their school would look, feel and function.
We heard that the Strathtulloh Primary School community values the design and facilities at Melton Library and this was inspirational in the design of the school's new library. Families told us they also wanted accessible sports areas that would allow them to develop a strong school identity.
The community asked for modern classrooms that were bright and colourful. They told us they wanted open-plan spaces that catered for diverse learning styles and classrooms that did not rely solely on technology.
Our consultation received strong and consistent feedback on many of their design needs and goals. Our architects used your feedback to help shape your school's interior and its landscape design. We have produced a report (PDF Word) that summarises your community's feedback and the shared thoughts of similar communities with schools opening in 2022.
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