Focus on Tarneit - Past, Present and Future
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Victoria bills itself as The Education State and we know that parents everywhere want the state to live up to its title. For many families living within (or considering) Satterley communities, nothing is more important than proximity to schools.
In this guide, we’ll tell you about some of the many education options within easy reach of Bluestone, Tarniet.
This is one of the very newest schools in the area, having opened its doors at the start of 2021. Naturally, the facilities are state-of-the-art and in excellent condition.
The name is pronounced gar-rang wil-um and is taken from Woi-wurrung, the language spoken by the Wurundjeri people. It means “eucalyptus home”.
Importantly, a large part of Bluestone falls within the Garrang Wilam school zone.
The other school that’s within the school zone for Bluestone is Tarneit P-9 College.
As the name suggests, this government school offers classes from Prep all the way up to Year 9. The school opened in 2013 and concentrates specifically on literacy, mathematics, science and performing arts.
This school opened at the beginning of 2015 and will also be within the zone for many Bluestone residents.
The curriculum covers technology, drama, Spanish, and staples like English, maths, art and music.
It’s no more than ten minutes from Bluestone in the car.
It’s a five-minute drive from Bluestone.
This school opened only a few years ago and features excellent facilities (including a competition-grade netball gym).
French, physical education, performing arts and visual arts are among the specialist subjects taught.
The school is less than a ten-minute drive from Bluestone.
There are numerous other schools slightly further from – but still close to – the community. They include government primary and secondary schools, Catholic, Lutheran and Islamic schools, as well as specialist schools.