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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.

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Read the full story at the Express & Star.

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