The School Network Upgrade Project (SNUP) subsidises and manages upgrades of internal data and electrical cabling for state and state-integrated schools. This allows for future network expansion and optimal use of the Government's ultra-fast broadband and the Network for Learning's Managed Network initiatives in your school.
Upgrades are subsidised by Government. State schools pay 20% of the costs of upgrades from their operating grants and Government provides additional funding to meet 80% of the costs. State-integrated schools pay 32% of the costs of upgrades and Government pays 68%.
Find out your school's status for a SNUP and WSNUP using our online Schools connection database tool.
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