East Tamar Child and Family Learning Centre

The East Tamar Child and Family Learning Centre will be constructed on the East Tamar Primary School site, providing critical services for children and families in the East Tamar area and surrounds.

The East Tamar Child and Family Centre will offer a variety of services to support you, all in one place. It is somewhere you and your child can make friends and they can learn as they play. It’s a place where you can get advice on health and family matters, education and training.  It is a welcoming place for families and young children that provides a range of services to support families with health and wellbeing, education and care needs to children from birth to age 5.

Phase 1 of community consultation for the new East Tamar Child and Family Learning Centre has been completed.  Click here to view the East Tamar Child and Family Learning Centre Community Engagement Phase 1 Outcomes Report.

 

Current Status

Project Initiation and Planning

Funding

The Tasmanian Government has committed $28 million for the construction of six new CFLCs across the State.

Community Engagement

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East Tamar Child and Family Learning Centre Local Enabling Group

A Local Enabling Group (LEG) has being established in East Tamar to contribute and consider ideas during the community engagement process. The LEG has representation from key local leaders, service providers and community members representing a broad cross section of the community.

The Child and Family Learning Centre LEG meetings are currently on hold due to the Coronavirus outbreak and social distancing requirements.  This page will be updated when LEG meeting are resuming and they maybe online meetings via Microsoft Teams.

The first East Tamar CFLC LEG communique has been released. It provides an update on the LEG activity to date and plans for 2020. Click here to read the LEG communique.

If you would like to be kept informed about the LEG meetings please email EYPP@education.tas.gov.au

 

Project Initiation and Planning

The project initiation and planning stage informs development of a concept master plan.

Development of Master Plan

Development of concept master plan expected – time frame to be advised.

Community Engagement

The second stage of engagement provides opportunity for the community to view the concept master plan via the Department of Education website and other channels.

Design

Design development of the approved master plan in readiness for tendering and construction.  Anticipated timeframe to be advised.

Construction

Anticipated timeframe for commencement of construction to be advised.

Completion

Anticipated timeframe for completion of construction to be advised.