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New Oak Meadow Primary School opens

Pupils, staff and governors of Oak Meadow Primary School turned out in force to mark the opening of their new £7m building.

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Oak Meadow re-build progresses

Pupils at Oak Meadow Primary are getting the first glimpses of their new £7m school building.

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Oak Meadow Primary School redevelopment begins

Work is now underway on replacement buildings on the site of the new £7m Oak Meadow Primary School, in Ashmore Park, Wednesfield. The developments are being funded through the Primary Capital Programme, which is investing a total of £16.6m in the modernisation of schools around Wolverhampton. The new building is being constructed alongside the existing […]

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Education News Planning

Oak Meadow’s Planning Application Approved – But Do We Need It?

Oak Meadow’s rebuild plans have been approved by Wolverhampton’s planning committee. The new eco- friendly building will be built using natural materials and include a “natural retaliation systems to allow internal temperature control and special insulation will be used to help eliminate heat wastage in the cold weather.” A new multi-use games area and playground […]

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Oak Meadow Primary School to be rebuilt?

On the 14th May 2010 a planning application was made by Roy Lockwood, the Director for Children & Young People at Wolverhampton City Council for planning permission to demolish the existing Oak Meadow Primary School building on Ryan Avenue in Ashmore Park and replace it with a new two story school. Whilst there is seemingly no […]