Entries by Lyn

Consort Claudgen launches new electric heating brochure

Consort Claudgen has launched their latest Heat brochure which includes a host of new heating controls and heaters in their product range. The 48-page brochure features motion-activated and waterproof run-back time controllers, new heater models in the electronic 7-day timer range and advanced wireless controllers which are now compatible with Consort’s RX and SL heaters. […]

Air Vent Technology

Models from Air Vent Technology’s extensive range of heat recovery units are ideal for schools, hospitals, hotels etc – ensuring proper ventilation and keeping heat loss during the winter to a minimum.  The new range of Infinity® low profile HRUs (HRPSL/EC) come in 10 standard sizes with airflows to 4.33 m3 /sec, combining low energy […]

SCHOOL EXPANSION COSTS DOUBLE DUE TO DELAYS

The delayed expansion of a Walsall primary school will now cost almost £2m to complete, it has been revealed. Councillors will decide if they want to approve the extra funding for St Michael’s C of E Primary School at a meeting this month – after the project was originally going to cost just more than […]

ROOF COLLAPSE AS FIRE ENGULFS SCHOOL

Nine appliances – up to 50 firefighters – were called to Liberton Primary School shortly after 3:30pm. A fire service spokesman said the building was evacuated and there were no injuries to any of the children and staff. The school will be closed for the rest of the week and parents will be told next […]

Orion Academy – Rising from the Ashes

A special school has been renamed ahead of a £9.5m rebuilding project. Northfield School in Blackbird Leys has become The Orion Academy, according to a document published on Ofsted’s website last week. It has been taken on by The Gallery Trust, the document confirms, which runs other special schools including The Iffley Academy in Oxford. […]

Work begins on new Birmingham school spanning 4 acres

Prince Albert High School will be on a four acre site in Perry Barr next to the athletes’ village being created for the Commonwealth Games Prince Albert High School in Perry Barr will provide places for 1,260 pupils across 4,103sqm of teaching spaces for children aged 11 up to sixth form. The whole site will […]

ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL

Another Brick in the Wall – Primary school reminder that we must never repeat such horrors. Berlin has constructed many memorials to the Holocaust, reminding mankind that we are capable terrifying deeds and should guard against the structures in society that make them possible. Amongst the memorials is a growing wall, located at a school […]

ACTIVE EDUCATION

Schools in Gloucestershire at set to open their doors to allow people to use their sports facilities. County schools will receive a share of a £1.6million funding boost to allow them to make better use of their sports halls or pitches. The scheme will encourage schools to allow residents in the local area to hire […]

FRIGHTENING BUILDING PROPOSED FOR VULNERABLE CHILDREN

It was like something out of a terrible sit-com when an Ofsted inspector visited a planned new Birmingham school – and found himself unable to easily escape a FIRE. He had already pulled a window off its hinges, spotted staples holding up peeling wallpaper, found exposed wires and evidence of rodent activity. He also found […]

DINING AT THE CASTLE

PUPILS from a secondary school in Taunton were given a special tour to view their new dining hall. CG Fry & Son is currently constructing a new dining hall for The Castle School. Fifteen year 7 students were allowed a sneak peak to check on its progress. They were joined by representatives from the project […]