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Tuesday, 6 July 2010

School building projects left in tatters

A number of School’s building projects have been left in ruins following yesterday’s announcement by the Department of Education.

Education Secretary Michael Gove says 715 schools will have to cancel their regeneration projects.

The Building Schools for the Future programme was started by the last Government at a cost of 55 billion pounds.

London schools whose projects have been stopped are:


Malden Oaks - (Proposed for closure)


New School Kingston

Priory Special School

The Archbishop Lanfranc School


Acton High Secondary School (Post 16 and ICT)

Belvue Special School

Brentside Secondary School (ICT)

Drayton Manor Secondary School

Elthorne Park Secondary School

Featherstone Secondary School

Greenford Secondary School (ICT)

John Chilton Special School (ICT)

New Secondary School

Northolt Secondary School

Pupil Referral Unit - Ealing

Spinghallow Special School

St Anns Special School

The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls

Twyford CE Secondary School

Villiers Secondary School

Hammersmith and Fulham

Bridge Academy (PRU)

Cambridge School

Fulham Cross

Henry Compton

Hurlingham & Chelsea

Jack Tizard (SEN)

Lady Margaret

London Oratory

Phoenix High


Sacred Heart - Hammersmith and Fulham

William Morris Academy




The Hayes Manor (Rosedale)

Uxbridge High


Chiswick Community School

Feltham Community School

Hounslow Manor School

Longford Community School

Oaklands School (Special)

Kensington and Chelsea

Cardinal Vaughan Memorial RC School

Chelsea Children's Hospital

Holland Park School

Latimer Education Centre (PRU)

Parkwood Hall Special School

Saint Thomas More Language College

Sion-Manning RC School for Girls


Archbishop Tenison

Bishop Thomas Grant RC

Charles Edward Brooke

La Retraite RC


London Nautical

St Martin in the Fields



Battersea Park


Chestnut Grove


Ernest Bevin

Francis Barber

Garratt Park


Linden Lodge


Oak Lodge


Saint John Bosco

St Cecilia

Note: If your schools has not been listed it is either open, unaffected or still up for discussion.
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