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IN PICTURES: 250 extra places created at Salesian School

These are the new facilities which have helped provide an extra 250 places at Salesian School in Chertsey.

A new teaching block has been constructed which houses 12 classrooms while existing buildings have been renovated to create new science classrooms and a science lecture theatre. More information can be found here.

Mary Lewis, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for All Age Learning, said: “These fantastic new facilities will provide much-needed extra school places and benefit children in the area for a long time to come.

“We’ve created thousands more places across the county over the last few years and will continue to make sure every Surrey child who needs a school place gets one but the cost of that mammoth task is another example of the pressures our finances are under.”


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