All new at Buildwas

Buildwas Academy started the autumn term having been completely refurbished over the past 18 months, with an overhaul of its IT provision and a brand new forest school area. Now part of the Priorslee group, Buildwas, which was saved from closure two years ago, has taken on a new lease of life.
“We’re a small school with big ideas, where everybody is somebody,” said assistant principal Tom Plim. The school is hosting an open day on Tuesday 14 November from 11am to noon.


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