HC Deb 10 May 1973 vol 856 cc173-6W
Mrs. Renée Short

asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if she will list in the OFFICIAL REPORT the secondary school projects submitted by local education authorities as a result of the additional allocation of £20 million; and what the total cost of these projects is.

Mr. St. John-Stevas

Each local education Authority in England was invited to submit its one most urgent project. Thirty-three Authorities made no proposals and three submitted more than one project. Details of the first or only projects submitted by 113 authorities are given below. The total cost was about £39 million at 1972 prices. Fifty-one projects marked with an asterisk have been approved for starting in 1975–77 at a cost of about £18 million, leaving £2 million for Wales.

Local Education Authority and Project


Bedfordshire. Improvements to Dunstable Priory School.

Berkshire. Replacement of Princess Margaret Rose C of E Girls School.

Buckinghamshire. Remodelling of Hatters Lane School for Boys, High Wycombe.

Cambrideshire and Isle of Ely. Part replacement of Wisbech Queen's Girls School.

Cheshire. Replacement of Bedford Street School, Crewe.

Cornwall. Replacement of Trewirgie School, Redruth.

Cumberland. Remodelling of Richmond School, Whitehaven.

Derbyshire. Replacement of St. Mary's RC School, Chesterfield.

Devon. Part replacement of Kingsbridge School.

Dorset. Replacement by one new school of Shaftesbury Girls High School and Boys Grammar School.

Durham. Replacement by one new school of St. Bede's RC Boys and Girls Schools, Jarrow.

Essex. Remodelling of Manningtree School.

Gloucestershire. Part replacement of Marling Schools, Stroud.

Hampshire. Replacement by one new school of temporary accommodation at Brune House. Bridgemary and Bay House Schools.

Herefordshire. Part replacement of Leominster School.

Huntingdon and Peterborough. Part replacement of Deacon's School, Peterborough.

Isle of Wight. Improvements to Sandown High School.

Kent. Replacement of St. John's Church of England School, Margate.

Lancashire. Replacement of Longview School, Knowsley.

Leicestershire. Part replacement of Kibworth High School.


Holland. Remodelling of Grammar School, Boston.

Kesteven. Replacement of Secondary School, Sleaford.

Lindsey. Remodelling of Lumley School, Skegness.

Norfolk. Part replacement of Wymondham College.

Northamptonshire. Replacement of Kettering Girls' Secondary School.

Northumberland. Replacement of R.C. Middle School, Wallsend.

Nottinghamshire. Replacement of Brunt's Grammar School, Mansfield.

Oxfordshire. Part replacement of Burford School.

Shropshire (Salop). Replacement of Girls' School, Oswestry.

Somerset. Replacement of Westover Secondary School, Bridgwater.

Staffordshire. Replacement of Watlands School, Newcastle-under-Lyme.

Suffolk, East. Replacement of Grammar School for Girls, Framlingham.

Surrey. Replacement of Reigate Grammar School.

Sussex, East. Replacement of Davigdor Girls' School, Hove.

Sussex, West. Replacement of Collyer's Church of England School, Horsham.

Warwick. Part replacement of High School, Polesworth.

Westmorland. Replacement of Grammar School, Haversham.

Wiltshire. Replacement of Bishop Wordsworth School, Salisbury.

Yorks, East Riding. Remodelling of Girls' High School, Beverley.

York, North Riding. Part replacement of Scalby School, Scarborough.

Yorks, West Riding. Replacement of Pate-ley Bridge School.

County Boroughs

Barrow-in-Furness. Replacement of Alfred Barrow Schools.

Bath. Part replacement of Beechen Cliff Lower School.

Birmingham. Replacement by one new school of St. Andrew's Boys' and Tilton Girls' Schools.

Blackburn. Part replacement of St. Wilfred's C of E School.

Bolton. Replacement of Brownlow Fold High School for Boys.

Bootle. Part replacement of Hillside School.

Bournemouth. Replacement of Porchester School for Boys.

Bradford. Replacement of Manningham Middle School.

Brighton. Replacement of Boys' Secondary Technical School.

County Boroughs (continued)

Bristol. Part replacement of Fairfield Grammar School.

Burnley. Replacement by one new school of parts of Townley and Ivy Bank Schools.

Bury. Replacement of East Wood School.

Coventry. Replacement of Frederick Byrd School.

Darlington. Replacement of Central Secondary School.

Dewsbury. Replacement of Victoria School for Boys.

Dudley. Part replacement of Sir Gilbert Claughton School.

Eastbourne. Replacement of Cavendish School.

Exeter. Part replacement of Hale's School.

Gateshead. Remodelling of St. Wilfred's R.C. School.

Gloucester. Part replacement of Linden Schools.

Great Yarmouth. Replacement of Styles Secondary School.

Grimsby. Replacement of Heneage School.

Halifax. Remodelling of Clare Hall School.

Hartlepool. Part replacement of Henry Smith School.

Hastings. Replacement of Secondary School for Boys.

Ipswich. Part replacement of Tower Ramparts School.

Leeds. Replacement of Harehills Middle School.

Leicester. Replacement of the Moat Schools by one new school.

Liverpool. Remodelling of Collegiate High School.

Manchester. Part replacement of Nicholls Ardwick High School.

Newcastle upon Tyne. Replacement of Manor Park Lower School.

Nottingham. Replacement of Claremont Boys' School.

Oldham. Part replacement of Fitton Hill School.

Oxford. Replacement of John Bosco R.C. Middle School.

Plymouth. Replacement of Sutton High School.

Portsmouth. Replacement of Kingston Boys' School.

Reading. Replacement of Cintra School.

Rochdale. Part replacement of Oulder Hill School.

Rotherham. Part replacement of Spurley Hey School.

St. Helens. Replacement of Cowley Girls School.

Salford. Replacement of Pendieton High School.

Sheffield. Part replacement of Firth Park School.

Southampton. Remodelling of Richard Taun-ton College.

Southend-on-Sea. Replacement of South-church Hall High School for Boys.

Southport. Part replacement of Meols Cop School for Boys.

South Shields. Replacement of West Park School.

Stoke-on-Trent. Part replacement of Ball Green High School.

Sunderland. Replacement by one new school of Redby, Fulwell and West Southwick Schools.

Teesside. Replacement of Richard Hind School.

Torbay. Replacement of Boys Grammar School.

Wallasey. Part replacement of St. Mary's R.C. College.

Walsall. Part replacement of T. P. Riley School.

Warley. Replacement of St. Michael's C. of E. School.

West Bromwich. Part replacement of Alexandra High School.

Wolverhampton. Part replacement of Park-field School.

York. Replacement of Park Grove Boys School.


Barking. Remodelling of Dagenham Priory School.

Barnet. Replacement of Alder School. Bexley. Part replacement of Erith School. Brent. Replacement of Brondesbury and Kilburn High Schools by one new school.

Bromley. Part replacement of Rock Hill Girls School.

Croydon. Part replacement of Our Lady's R.C. School for Girls.

Enfield. Replacement of Eldon and Houns-field Lower Schools by one new school.

Haringey. Replacement of St. Thomas More R.C. School.

Hillingdon. Replacement of Greenway Secondary School.

Hounslow. Part replacement of Gunnersbury R.C. Boys School.

Kingston upon Thames. Replacement of Bonner Hill Girls School.

Merton. Replacement of Wimbledon College R.C. School for Boys.

Newham. Part replacement of Cumberland School.

Redbridge. Replacement of Gearies School. Waltham Forest. Replacement of William Morris Senior High School.

Inner London. Replacement of Thomas Calton School.