Transformation for Liverpool Schools
Secondary Schools in Liverpool are hopeful of a transformation!!
In 2010 the Government axed a scheme which would have seen £350 million spent on rebuliding and refurbishing over 20 schools in the city.
However Joe Anderson – Leader of Liverpool City Council commissioned a Task Force to come up with a rescue package. They wanted to deliver new schools despite Government cuts.
This piece of work has now been completed resulting in plans for 7 schools to be rebuilt in the Liverpool area. These include Archbishop Beck
Catholic High School, Notre Dame Catholic College and St John Bosco Arts College.
The brand new schools are to be built on a new concept of design never used before in education that originates from airport terminal buildings.‹ Previous articleNext article ›