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First Passivhaus secondary school for Wales

First Passivhaus secondary school for Wales  » 

Appointments have been awarded for a major £23m all-through Passivhaus secondary school project in Machynlleth, Wales, the first of its kind and the latest big budget education project to be announced through Wales’ 21st Century Schools funding programme.

Construction charity builds links between schools and industry  » 

The Construction Youth Trust, a charity that promotes careers in the construction industry, has joined forces with Northfleet Technology College to introduce students to the built environment sector.

DfE should involve architects more in estate planning, says top designer

DfE should involve architects more in estate planning, says top designer  » 

The Department for Education is not doing enough to make full use of architects in maximising the use of space in school estates, says a leading schools architect.

UNISON pledges to fight FE cuts  » 

The public sector union UNISON has vowed to continue to fight for further education jobs and to negotiate the best conditions for workers in the face of what it calls “drastic and on-going cuts”.

Special needs schools to get an extra £50million

Special needs schools to get an extra £50million  » 

Councils are set to benefit from a £50million funding boost to create additional school places and state-of-the-art facilities for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), giving families more choice and helping to meet increasing demand.

SEN school recognised in RICS awards

SEN school recognised in RICS awards  » 

Glenwood School in Benfleet, Essex has won the Community Benefit category in the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards.

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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.