Contractor to build two secondary schools and six primary schools in north of county

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Galliford Try has reached financial close on a £48.5m contract from the Education Funding Agency for a school delivery programme in North Lincolnshire.

The contract, which was awarded as part of the Prority School Building Programme, includes two new secondary schools - The Vale Academy and Baysgarth School - as well as six new primary schools - Brumby Junior School, Burton-upon-Stather Primary School, Oasis Academy Henderson Avenue, Crosby Primary School, The Grange Primary School and Great Coates Primary School.

Galifford Try executive chairman Greg Fitzgerald said: “Reaching this agreement with the EFA marks another significant milestone for our business as we continue to make considerable progress in the education sector.

“We look forward to working with all the stakeholders involved to ensure these school buildings help provide a first class educational environment for the students of the region.”