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‘£7bn time bomb’ across English schools estate

‘£7bn time bomb’ across English schools estate  » 

The mounting backlog of school repairs is “a £7bn ticking time bomb”, says one of England’s largest multi-academy trusts.

Council blasts Edinburgh schools group  » 

Edinburgh School Partnership, which operates 17 schools in Edinburgh, has been criticised by the city council for failing to carry out repair work it had promised to undertake.

Grammar school boost from Hinds

Grammar school boost from Hinds  » 

Education Secretary Damian Hinds has set out plans aimed at expanding grammar schools and creating new free schools.

New estate management guide for schools  » 

The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and Department for Education (DfE) have today published the Good Estate Management for Schools (GEMS) guidance and tools on GOV.UK.

Schools awarded Grade II listings

Schools awarded Grade II listings  » 

A plastic classroom known as “The Bubble” at Kennington Primary School in Preston and Patty Hopkins’ high-tech Fleet Infants School in Hampshire are among the best examples of post-war schools around the country that have just been listed at Grade II by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport on the advice of Historic England.

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ESFA teams with AECOM to tackle skills gap

ESFA teams with AECOM to tackle skills gap  » 

AECOM and the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) have launched a unique apprenticeship programme where apprentices gain experience in client, consultant and contractor roles through a series of rotations.

Gleeds appointed to head technical advisory team on new MIM Schools Programme in Wales  » 

International property and construction consultancy, Gleeds, is to lead a team comprising specialist engineers Cundall, and design practice Scott Brownrigg, as technical advisors for MIM projects in the second wave of investment in the 21stCentury Schools build initiative.

Bulge in pupil numbers threatens to overwhelm schools

Bulge in pupil numbers threatens to overwhelm schools  » 

Pressure on school places is continuing to rise, with an extra 79,000 primary places and 87,000 secondary places needed across England to meet demand for 2021/22.

‘Inadequate’ schools face long wait for academy conversion

‘Inadequate’ schools face long wait for academy conversion  » 

Over 60 schools, which were ranked “inadequate” by Ofsted, have been waiting 17 months for an academy trust to take over their running. New rules, introduced last year, make it mandatory for the Government to ensure that such schools are converted to academy status.

Portakabin wins Education Project of the Year in offsite awards

Portakabin wins Education Project of the Year in offsite awards  » 

Portakabin’s Global Academy in Hayes, West London has won Education Project of the Year in this year’s Offsite Awards. The £16m state-of-the-art hybrid modular building - which was featured in the January/February edition of Education Design & Build - is the UK’s first University Technical College (UTC) to be built offsite.

First fire suppression purchasing system launched by Fusion 21  » 

Procurement organisation Fusion21 has launched its national dynamic purchasing system (DPS) for fire suppression systems and associated works - the first on the market to provide a complete fire safety solution suitable for the education sector and all public sector buildings.