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Building of new schools
New school buildings in Bexley.
The Council is investing in the replacement of older school buildings with new facilities that offer 21st century opportunities for teaching and learning.
Four Bexley primary schools had major works completed in 2009.
Barnes Cray (now Haberdashers' Aske's Temple Grove), Upton and Eastcote Schools were completely rebuilt. Burnt Oak Junior School, a locally listed building, received a new extension and some refurbishment. All the works took environmental issues into consideration, using sustainable methods of heating and lighting wherever possible.
The work on all four schools cost around £18 million and was made possible following a successful bid for Government funding in 2005.
Please see relevant documents on Upton and Eastcote Schools as links from the menu on the right hand side.
Future primary rebuilding will be funded through the Primary Capital Programme, a new Government initiative that started in April 2009. Public Cabinet on 8 Dec 2009 approved the first two schools to be included in the programme, Brampton Primary School and Longlands Primary School.
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