The Department for Education have announced that Linton Village College has been selected to benefit from a renovation project as part of their School Rebuilding Programme.
Full details of the scale of the renovation and how the academy, which is a member of Anglian Learning trust, will use their allocated funding will be confirmed in the coming months. All building renovations will be energy efficient and old facilities will be replaced with modern teaching and learning environments creating inspirational spaces for our young people and staff.
Jonathan Culpin, CEO of Anglian Learning said: “We are delighted that Linton Village College has been selected by the Department for Education for this school rebuilding programme. This application was initiated and developed by our Trust Central Team who will continue to support the school as plans progress. This is exciting news for Anglian Learning and Linton Village College and will further empower learners to thrive and succeed as part of our strategy of enabling excellence for all.
Helena Marsh, Principal, Linton Village College said: “Finding out that we have been selected for a significant rebuild and refurbishment project to improve the condition of our facilities is a fabulous way to end the term. This investment in our school, which currently includes a number of old temporary buildings, will have a significant impact on students’ learning environment at Linton Village College.”
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Anglian Learning is a multi-academy trust based in East Anglia comprising of 15 schools Bassingbourn, Bottisham, Linton and Sawston Village Colleges, The Netherhall School and the Oakes College Cambridge, Joyce Frankland Academy, Newport, alongside Bottisham, Fen Ditton, Howard, Icknield, Marleigh, Meadow, Pines, Stapleford primary schools, and Linton Heights Junior School.