Bringing communities together with our learning support and community strengthening programs.
Grassroots are our roots.
Equal Ed started as a free homework support program assisting humanitarian migrants. We continue to support those in our community who need it most; regardless of background, culture, race or financial standing.
Free learning programs*
Engaging young minds
*Our free programs are offered to students referred and identified by our community partners such as NGOs, councils and schools
Come along to our free
learning support programs
Due to the aims of our Communities program being to provide free academic support to students who most need it, this program is by referral only. If you are a youth worker, teacher, school councillor or case worker, please get in touch with us directly via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Designed to provide a safe and enjoyable space for primary and secondary school students find homework support and enrich their learning.
It is run after school and made possible by our amazing volunteers and community partners including Brimbank City Council, Wyndham City Council as well as Wyndham Community and Education Centre.
- Tuesdays 4.00pm - 5.00pm (Secondary school)
- Wednesdays 4.00pm-5.00pm (Primary & Secondary School)
- Thursdays 4.00pm-5.00pm (Primary & Secondary School)
Our sessions run year long except for during school and public holidays.
We usually run in physical spaces, however due to Covid, we are currently running online via Zoom. Log in details and support on accessing the sessions will be provided upon enrolment.