REVEALED: 57 schools AFFECTED in closure due to concrete scandal

Due to the crumbling concrete catastrophe, the government has ordered the closure or partial closure of more than 100 educational facilities, just as many young students should be starting a new school or courses for the first time.

We discovered other schools across the country that have been forced to turn away students or function at a reduced capacity, with no idea how long the mess will endure.

Bridget Phillipson, Labour’s shadow education secretary, said “ministers need to get a grip” and that the Department of Education was in “complete chaos.”

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt moved to reassure parents the Government would “spend what it takes” to address the problem, but Treasury sources later said money for repairs would come from the Department for Education’s (DfE) existing capital budget.

List of schools that have been affected so far:

  1. Ferryhill School, County Durham
  2. Willowbrook Mead Primary Academy, Leicester
  3. Parks Primary, Leicester
  4. Mayflower Primary School, Leicester
  5. Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School, London
  6. Crossflats Primary school, Bradford
  7. Eldwick Primary School, Bradford
  8. Cockermouth School, Cumbria
  9. Kingsdown School, Southend
  10. Abbey Lane Primary School, Sheffield
  11. Aston Manor Academy, Birmingham
  12. Aylesford School, Warwick
  13. Buckhurst Hill Community Primary School, Essex
  14. Buckton Fields Primary School, Northampton, East Midlands
  15. Clacton County High School, Essex
  16. Claydon High School, Suffolk
  17. Corpus Christi Catholic School, London
  18. East Bergholt High School, Colchester, Essex
  19. East Tilbury Primary School, Essex
  20. Eldwick Primary School, Bradford, West Yorkshire
  21. Farlingaye High School, Suffolk
  22. Hadleigh High School, Hadleigh, Suffolk
  23. Hockley Primary School, Essex
  24. Honywood School, Colchester, Essex
  25. Kingsdown School, Southend, Essex
  26. Mistley Norman Church of England Primary School, Essex
  27. Our Lady’s Catholic High School, Fulwood, Lancashire
  28. Pershore High School, Pershore, Worcestershire
  29. Ravens Academy, Clacton-On-Sea, Essex
  30. Scalby School, Scarborough, North Yorkshire
  31. Springfield Primary School, Chelmsford, Essex
  32. St Anne’s Catholic Primary School, Harlow Green, Tyne and Wear
  33. St Bede’s Catholic School and Byron Sixth Form College, Easington, County Durham
  34. St Bernard’s School, Bolton, Greater Manchester
  35. St Clere’s School, Stanford-le-Hope, Essex
  36. St Francis Catholic Primary School, Ascot, Berkshire
  37. St James Catholic School, Hebburn, Tyne and Wear
  38. St John Bosco Catholic Primary School, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear
  39. St Leonard’s School, Durham, County Durham
  40. St Mary Magdalene Academy, London
  41. St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School, Darlington, County Durham
  42. St Thomas More Catholic Comprehensive, Eltham, London
  43. St William of York Catholic Primary School, Bolton, York
  44. Thameside Primary school, Essex
  45. The Appleton School, Benfleet, Essex
  46. The Billericay School, Billericay, Essex
  47. The Bromfords School, Wickford, Essex
  48. The Gilberd School, Colchester, Essex
  49. Tendring Technology College, Frinton Campus, Essex
  50. Thomas Lord Audley School, Colchester, Essex
  51. Thurstable School, Essex
  52. Waddesdon Church of England School, Buckinghamshire
  53. Willowbrook Mead Primary Academy, Leicester
  54. Winter Gardens Academy, Canvey Island, Essex
  55. Wood Green Academy, Wednesbury, West Midlands
  56. Woodville Primary School, Chelmsford, Essex 
  57. Wyburns Primary School, Rayleigh, Essex

Education Minister Gillian Keegan is under increasing pressure to provide a list of all schools that have been closed completely or partially, but we can already provide you with a list of sites that have been affected thus far.

Story will be updated.

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