Education Programs in VIC

Education Programs in VIC

At the St Vincent de Paul Society we believe that education equals opportunity, and we know that education transforms lives! 

We recognise the importance of education and we are committed to impacting long-term improvement by providing educational support to any young person in need.

In 2021 our seven education programs will help hundreds of young people build confidence, explore learning, provide care, and a weekly commitment to supported learning. We aim to create learning spaces that are safe and fun. Our outside school education programs have an army of regular volunteers that ensure young people have the support needed to develop the social, emotional and academic skills and confidence to succeed today. 

Team Leader: Dr Linette Etheredge, linette.etheredge@svdp-vic.org.au or 0437 168 366.

  • Braybrook Education Program

    The Braybrook Education Program has a focus on the four pillars of literacy – reading, writing, speaking and listening, and will commence in mid-2021.

  • Dandenong Education Program

    The Dandenong Education Program is a free educational service providing assistance to students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

  • Maidstone Education Program

    The Maidstone Education Program commenced in 2019 and focuses on the four pillars of literacy – reading, writing, speaking and listening.

  • Noble Park Education Program

    The Noble Park Education Program commence in 2016 and has a focus on reading and homework.

  • Northcote Education Program

    The Northcote Education Program commenced in February 2011 and provides reading and learning opportunities for children attending St Josephs’ Primary School.

  • West Heidelberg Education Program

    The West Heidelberg Education Program commenced in 2008 and provides reading and learning opportunities for children attending the St Pius X Primary School.

  • West Warrnambool Education Program

    The West Warrnambool Education Program commenced in Term 4, 2017 and has a focus on reading and numeracy.