Fis-edsolutions ltd and Annal Nayyar reports on capital opportunity for schools via the DfE

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced that it will fund a further phase of the Priority School Building Programme. Around £2 billion will be made available. The intention is to undertake major rebuilding and refurbishment projects to address the needs of those schools in the very worst condition.

Local authorities, dioceses, academies, and multi-academy trusts (depending on the nature of the school) can submit expressions of interest for an entire school site or for one or multiple individual buildings. DfE and Education Funding Agency (EFA) anticipate that the bar for inclusion within the programme will be high. To that resources are targeted at those schools in the very worst condition DfE and EFA would expect each body to submit expressions of interest for a small number of high priority projects.—application-gui


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