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Great news for the continuous improvement of the AGS site...

AGS wins two essential Condition Improvement Fund Bids 2018 - new windows and electricity supply

27 Apr 2018
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Deteriorating windows in the Maths block
Deteriorating windows in the Maths block

As an academy school each year we can submit two bids to improve the School facilities through the Condition Improvement Fund (CiF). Bids are based on the needs of our site and the guidance from the DfE.

The great news is we have been successful with our recent bids both of which are essential to maintain the effective running of our School. Bid 1 is to replace the majority of poor quality windows across the site and Bid 2 is to complete essential works on the electricity supply to the School to ensure sustainability and resilience.

It's fantastic news as the funds raised by The Aylesburian Annual Fund can now be re-directed to the much needed refurbishment of our teaching and learning spaces.

Watch this space!

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