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Published on October 6th, 2009 | by James Clarke

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School revamps coming sooner than planned?

In a surprise move by Wolverhampton’s Building Schools for the Future (BSF) scheme, Coppice Performing Arts College and Wednesfield High could be set for revamps ahead of schedule.

A multi-million-pound project at Deansfield High secondary school in Wolverhampton which was due to start in May 2011 looks set to be postponed as teachers and governors have asked for a delay in order to focus on improving exam results.

The work which is part of a £370 million building scheme would see Deansfield switch places with Coppice Performing Arts College and Wednesfield High, meaning both schools would see their revamps being brought forward by months.

Will this proposed change affect your child’s school? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Read the full story at the Express & Star.

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