Ten to change

12th March 2010 at 00:00

Ten more secondaries will become National Challenge Trust Schools or National Challenge Federations, the Department for Children, Schools and Families has announced. About #163;65 million of the #163;400 million allocated for the programme has now been spent. The new schools involved are: Parklands High School, Liverpool; Bemrose School, Derby; Tennyson High School, Lincolnshire; Stockland Green School, Birmingham; Frank F Harrison Engineering College and Brownhills Community Technology College, Walsall; Chase High School, Southend; Torquay Community College, Devon; Northwood School, Hillingdon and St Paul's Way School, London.

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