Annal Nayyar blogs Schools built under Gove scheme ‘are not fit for purpose’

A survey of architects and designers working on the government’s school rebuilding programme indicated that many of the projects were not fit for purpose.

Michael Gove scrapped Labour’s £55 billion building schools for the future (BSF) scheme as soon as he became education secretary in 2010. This had promised to rebuild or refurbish every secondary school, creating bespoke, state-of-the-art schools, often at a cost of £20 million each.

It was replaced with the priority school building programme (PSBP), which uses predesigned

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