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Kingswode Hoe School featured in the 28th September edition of the Essex County Standard, celebrating getting planning permission for new purpose-built buildings to replace the demountable classrooms that have been on-site since the 1980s.
Principal Elizabeth Drake said: "Demountable classrooms are never the best places for teaching children. They are difficult to heat and become dilapidated because they are temporary buildings. It will be so nice to have purpose built buildings."
Read more by following this link to the Essex County Standard news story.
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