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(UK) Staffordshire: $3.3M to be used for more places for special needs students

July 20, 2021, Litchfield Live: Council chiefs say £12million [$16M U.S.] will help create more energy efficient schools across Staffordshire

Central England A£12million investment will deliver more fuel-efficient heating and lighting systems for schools in Staffordshire, council chiefs say. Staffordshire County Council has confirmed the funding, which will include the installation of new roofs and windows, replacement of ageing electrics and heating systems, upgrading old pipework and the installation of LED lighting. .. “I am delighted that we now have £12million to invest. Some changes will be obvious and benefits pupils and staff enormously, while others will be behind the scenes to ensure the school is in good shape for the future. “One of the biggest demands on a school’s budget is the cost of heating and lighting so improvements to boilers, insulation and lighting will all pay long term dividends for heads and governors.” … The council has also said £2.4million [$3.3M U.S.] will be spent creating additional places for children with special educational needs and disabilities as well as those with education, health and care plans. “We want all children with special educational needs and disabilities to be able to reach their potential by receiving the right support at the right time in their own communities and at their local school or place of education.


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