Oliver was delighted that Pope Paul Catholic Primary School in Potters Bar is to benefit from the Government’s Schools Rebuilding Programme.
Pope Paul Catholic Primary School is one of the latest 239 schools across England set to benefit from the Government’s ten-year School Rebuilding Programme, which has invested over £13 billion to maintain and improve schools since 2015.
400 schools have been announced so far, with a further 100 expected to be confirmed in future years, delivering on the Conservative’s manifesto commitment to give every child access to a great school and a world-class education.
Work to rebuild the schools announced will start immediately, creating jobs, apprenticeships, and training opportunities around the country, backed by £1.8 billion this year.
Oliver said: ‘I am delighted that Pope Paul Catholic Primary School, in Potters Bar, is to benefit from the latest round of the Department for Educations Schools Rebuilding Programme.
This programme carries out major rebuilding and refurbishment projects at school and sixth-form college buildings across England, and I am delighted that Pope Paul School will be advantaged by this Government programme.’
For more information about the School Rebuilding Programme, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/school-rebuilding-programme/…