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A report by eEnergy examines the environmental and financial impact of installing energy efficiency and waste reduction measures in schools.

Sixty-eight per cent of teachers responding to a NEU survey have stated they work in buildings which have leaks from the rain.

The Public Accounts Committee has highlighted that the country’s school buildings and special educational needs provision need major investment.

Research from the Archives of Disease in Childhood has found that every new school in England is being built in an area with unsafe levels of air pollution.

Jeremy Miles, education minister, has announced new capital funding of around £12.5 million to improve school and college buildings throughout Wales.

British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has commissioned a survey into the condition of more than 900 schools. 

£800m schools upgrade in Scotland

25 new schools and campuses are to be constructed or refurbished to provide modern, state of the art learning facilities in Scotland.

Proposals for new schools to be delivered more speedily

Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced unprecedented reforms to speed up the deli

£200 million to transform college buildings

Further education colleges will receive a new funding boost to ‘build back better’ and kick-start work to upgrade their buildings and estates.

New SEND places in Leeds under consultation

Consultation is underway in Leeds on plans for a new special free school for children and young people with SEND.

Building improvements for Derbyshire schools

More than 50 schools across Derbyshire will benefit from building improvements thanks to £1.6 million of funding.

Public Accounts Committe slams PFI 'waste of taxpayer funds'

A report from the Public Accounts Committee on Private Finance Initiative deals has blasted the Treasury, saying there are "no plans to assess the value for money of PFI".

Funding for new schools in Scotland announced

A £28 million investment will be shared between four new schools in Scotland as part of the fifth phase of the £1.8 billion ‘Schools for the Future’ programme.

Ysgol Bae Baglan designed by Architects Stride Treglown

The £40 million Ysgol Bae Baglan school in Port Talbot has won the National Eisteddfod of Wales’s Gold Medal for Architecture.

Labour has criticised the government’s flagship free schools policy after figures revealed that children in more than 100 free schools are taking lessons in temporary buildings.


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