Status: CLOSED

The Learning Grants Program helped families to have a comprehensive range of wrap-around services to help them settle well into the Tasmanian community, with a total of $400,000 available over three years (2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20).

The Program was focused on students from refugee and migrant backgrounds in Years 9 and 10 in Tasmanian Government schools.

Through the Program the Tasmanian Government aimed to:

  • optimise their opportunities in Tasmania by supporting the learning and educational outcomes of students with refugee and migrant backgrounds, including completion of Year 12 and progression to post-secondary education pathways;
  • increase student confidence, English language proficiency and understanding of maths, science and other core curriculum subjects;
  • enhance the participation of families from refugee and migrant backgrounds in their school communities; and
  • stimulate a range of sustainable programs to assist refugee and migrant students with learning.

To be eligible, applicants had to be an incorporated not-for-profit association or a Local Government agency with experience providing educational support services to people from migrant and refugee backgrounds.

Previous Grant Recipients

Further information can be obtained by email or by phoning 1800 204 224.