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Redditch schools to share out £225,000 to improve their facilities

Correspondent 8th Apr, 2019

REDDITCH MP Rachel Maclean has welcomed a Government’s decision to award nearly £250,000 to be shared between 22 schools in Redditch.

The cash comes from the Department for Education’s latest round of successful bids from the Condition Improvement Fund for 2019-20.

Redditch schools have secured £225,733 to ensure they have well maintained facilities to provide students with safe environments to support a high-quality education.

In total, the Department for Education has made £1.4 billion of capital funding available in 2019–20 to maintain and improve the condition of the school estate.

It is part of £23bn committed over five to deliver new school places, rebuild or refurbish buildings in the worst condition and deliver thousands of condition projects across the school estate.

Schools in Redditch receiving funding include:

Tudor Grange Academy – £10,193

Trinity High School – £19,413

The Vaynor First School – £8,973

Inkberrow First School – £5,451

Holyoakes Field First School – £6,981

Birchensale Middle School – £11,183

St George’s First School – £6,475

Webheath Academy Primary School – £7,994

Woodfield Academy – £11,234

Arrow Vale RSA Academy – £16,324

Ipsley CE RSA Academy – £12,179

Ridgeway Academy – £10,857

Walkwood Middle School – £13,152

Crabbs Cross Academy – £6,746

Astwood Bank Primary School – £7,746

Matchborough First School – £8,529

Kingfisher School – £6,498

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic First School – £7,319

St Augustine’s High School – £20,673

St Bede’s Catholic Middle School – £12,854

Abbeywood First School – £6,724

Church Hill Middle School – £8,247

Mrs Maclean said: “Well done to the 22 schools in Redditch for their successful bids for funding from the Government’s Conditions Improvement Fund. I’ve consistently lobbied for Government for more funding, having met the Education Secretary to discuss this just last month.

“I’m acutely aware of the pressures on school budgets here in Redditch. I meet regularly with head teachers and parents and understand the concerns on the front line.

“I’m sure this funding will be a big help for these schools to deliver projects to ensure they have well maintained facilities for their students.

“I’m sure teachers and parents will welcome this extra cash as this Conservative Government continues to invest in their children’s futures.”


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