DESIGNS for a new building for a Stockton secondary school will be shared with the public next week.
Ian Ramsey Church of England School in Stockton is to benefit from multi-million pound investment through the Government’s Priority Schools Building Programme.
The idea is for the secondary school to be based on a single site at Green Lane, Stockton as opposed to two separate blocks.
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Work will start in the summer and it’s hoped pupils will be able to work in the new building in September, 2014.
Stockton Borough Council secured £17.5m of funding last year, but the money will be distributed across a number of schools.
At Ian Ramsey School residents, students, staff and parents are invited to talk about the proposals and see the initial designs at a special drop-in session between 4.30pm and 8pm on Tuesday, February 12.
It will give people a chance to see the drawings and meet representatives from the school, Education Funding Authority and Sir Robert McAlpine, the company contracted to complete the work.
Headteacher Janet Wilson, said: “I'm looking forward to sharing the drawings with our whole school community and hearing their thoughts and views about the initial ideas.”
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