Anglicare Victoria provides welfare services to vulnerable children and families across the State. The agency has a long history of working in the Gippsland region and demonstrable skill in establishing and maintaining high quality services.
Anglicare Victoria’s Gippsland programs employ over 120 staff. Services include foster care, disability support, drug and alcohol counseling, financial counseling, family counseling, refugee minor programme, refugee and migrant settlement programme, parenting programmes, community legal service, children’s contact center, adoption and permanent care, indigenous support programs, no interest loans schemes, victims assistance programs, rights, advocacy and support.
Visit Anglicare’s website.
In 1948 a small group of volunteers within the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne, recognised an urgent need within their community for quality care and support for vulnerable, elderly people. They decided to do something to help by starting Anglican Homes for the Elderly. In 2003, it became known as Benetas. That’s over 60 years of caring for the older community in Victoria. Today, Benetas is one of Victoria’s leading not-for-profit aged care service providers committed to giving individuals the best possible care, regardless of their financial situation, lifestyle or cultural background.
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Gippsland Grammar School – Sale and Bairnsdale (co-educational, early learning to year 12)
St Anne’s Church of England Girls’ School was founded in 1924. Gippsland Grammar School for boys commenced in 1961. The two schools amalgamated as St. Anne’s and Gippsland Grammar School in 1971 and became known as Gippsland Grammar in 1997.
Today, Gippsland Grammar caters for students from three years of age through to Year 12, with boarding facilities for secondary students.
The former St Anne’s Church of England Girls’ Grammar School site has been developed as the Junior School, known as St Anne’s Campus.
Our Bairnsdale campus, catering for students from Prep to Year 6 opened in 2006 on a site at 86 Bullumwaal Road Wy Yung.
The Senior School, known as Garnsey Campus, is located on the former Gippsland Grammar School site on the northern side of Sale, adjacent to Bishopscourt. The boarding house is located adjacent to this site.
St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School – Warragul and Traralgon (co-educational, early learning to year 12)
St Paul’s is a multi-campus, Pre-Kinder to Year 12 School that is proud to be recognized as one of Australia’s leading co-educational regional schools, offering an array of innovative curricula and co-curricula programs.
The emphasis at St Paul’s is very much based on an holistic education. We believe our students must become well-rounded citizens and strongly encourage growth at an academic, sporting, cultural and spiritual level.
Our Anglican ethos underpins all that we do at St Paul’s, inspiring students to develop a sense of spirituality that will complement their grasp of contemporary issues within society.