Three new schools are set to be built in Liverpool

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A total of three new schools will be built across Liverpool as part of Mayor Joe Anderson’s Schools Investment Programme, a news report in the local media has revealed.

A report to the Cabinet on Friday 16th May is recommending that new homes for Northway Primary School in Childwall and New Park Primary School in Kensington are built by Morgan Sindall at a cost of £5.5 million per school, and Willmott Dixon constructs Archbishop Blanch Church of England High School for £17.5 million.

Both primary schools have reached the end of their natural life and are deemed to be unsuited to modern teaching methods, with classrooms that are undersized and insufficient quality space for teaching.

Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson commented: "This is a much-needed investment in three schools which desperately need it and is part of my commitment to deliver at least 12 new schools for pupils in the city.

"The new buildings for will be a tremendous boost for thousands of present and future generations of school children and ensure they get the most out of their learning.

"We are working with construction firms to make sure as much of the money is spent locally as possible and benefits the workforce in the city."

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