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With imagination and an eye for detail in school construction, ABACUS CONSTRUCTION will deliver on quality and price. We are independently exor accredited in school construction and hold the exor gold award for our high standards of quality and service.
School repairs, school classroom refurbishments, new school classrooms, general school / college construction, school roof repairs, school grounds landscaping, school and nursery play areas, thermoplastic playground markings, sand pits, school fencing, security fencing, school bicycle sheds, covered walkways, new parking areas for school teachers and visitors, resurfacing of school playgrounds, and many more.
Abacus Construction offer a wide range of school building and school construction services for nurseries, primary schools, secondary schools and colleges.
Based in Wellington, Somerset, and established in 1986, we have successfully completed several school construction, and school classroom refurbishment projects and can offer quality and reliability at a competitive price.
So if you are looking for any building work for your school or college, from minor school repairs, new fencing, and new play areas to full school building and construction, you've found the right company!
Schools in England with the highest numbers of disadvantaged children will be hit hardest by government plans to change funding, say campaigners.
Schools where over 40% of pupils are eligible for free meals will lose most, say National Union of Teachers and Child Poverty Action Group researchers.
Ministers should rethink the national funding formula, which is due to begin in 2018-19, they say.
The government says the proposals will end a "postcode lottery" in funding.[ Read more... ]
Schools are being forced to ask parents for financial contributions of up to £600 just to make ends meet due to stringent Government cuts, it has emerged.
Headteachers across England are turning to parents to make donations to help cover costs, and according to a finance manager in Barnet schools are asking for up to £600 a year.
A finance manager for an academy in Barnet, north London, has claimed that the cuts have become so severe that schools are asking for substantial sums from parents.[ Read more... ]
The levy on sugary drinks will provide £415m for sports and healthy eating in England's schools, says Education Secretary Justine Greening.
Every school will be allocated funds to help with facilities for mental health as well as physical exercise.
But schools, which have been warning of cash shortages, will not be able to use the fizzy drink levy to pay for staff.
Ms Greening said that such "health and wellbeing benefits can last a lifetime".
The soft drinks industry levy, announced in last year's Budget, is going to provide £415m for schools in 2018-19 to promote healthier lifestyles.[ Read more... ]