Newland School for Girls
Newland School for Girls is currently an 890 place secondary school. The existing school building is being remodelled and refurbished to provide places for 750 girls.
The school will stay on its current site, and will continue to have a city-wide catchment. Work is expected to get under way in July 2012 with a planned completion by September 2013.
Construction will be carried out by the Esteem Consortium according to designs from _Space and will cost £11.5 million.
Posted on April 4th, 2013 by SHesslewood
Contractors at a city school have been helping pupils learn about science and technology. Youngsters from Newland School for Girls teamed up with Sewell Group, which is currently refurbishing their Cottingham Road school. As part of national Stem (science, technology, … Continue reading
Posted on November 22nd, 2012 by SHesslewood
Three lucky students from Newland School for Girls have been given a once in a lifetime opportunity to lay the first brick on a newly constructed part of their school. The students Shauna Hill, Ally Mai Shore, Lillie Hill along … Continue reading
Posted on September 30th, 2012 by SHesslewood
Pupils from Newland School for Girls say they are delighted at the thought of their refurbished learning facility following a visit to the site this week. Newland School for Girls will be based at Sir Henry Cooper School for the … Continue reading
Posted on March 5th, 2012 by Benjamin Welby
The latest edition of BSF Buzz is in schools and out in the community but we’ve got a digital version of it for you here. You can download a copy from here. Leave a comment and tell us what you … Continue reading