New list of schools hit by RAAC concrete crisis revealed – is your child affected? | The Sun

AN updated list of all the schools riddled with dodgy concrete has been published today.

It shows that 27 additional schools have now been found to contain RAAC.

Education Secretary Gillian Keegan has been under pressure to update the full list of schools riddled with RAAC so the scale of the problem can be laid bare for worried parents.

Last night the Lib Dems won a vote in the House of Lords forcing the government to publish an updated register.

Earlier this month Ms Keegan said: "I understand the anxiety that this has caused parents, particularly those with children directly impacted, so soon after the disruption caused by the pandemic.

"But this is not pandemic school closures, and certainly not a return to extended home learning.


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"Disrupting school plans for the new term so close to children going back was the last thing I wanted, but doing anything else with the evidence presented to us would have been unforgivable."

She added: "Being in Government is about looking at the evidence and acting in the public interest — never more so than when it comes to the safety of children."

It comes as MPs in the Commons are set to question the Department for Education about its response to the crumbling concrete crisis.

Education Committee chairman Robin Walker this morning said: "Both I and my cross-party colleagues have heard loudly and clearly the distress and anxiety that this crisis is causing to families and staff at the 100 or more schools that are affected by RAAC.

"We share the feeling of urgency to establish how this situation developed, how and when it can be resolved, and what lessons need to be learnt.

"We look forward to questioning the minister and officials with oversight of capital expenditure on education settings, and testing the Government on its answers to those vital questions."

An initial list published showed that as of August 30, 147 schools and colleges in England contained RAAC.

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Four schools were forced to bring in remote learning for all students.

An additional 20 schools had to offer partial remote learning.

Meanwhile, hundreds of surveys have been carried out in schools across England to discover the extent of the problems caused by dodgy building materials.

Downing Street stressed that the "vast majority of pupils" were not affected by the sub-standard concrete issues.

The Prime Minister's official spokesman said: "Obviously it's important that we are transparent about the number of schools that are affected.

"It's important to note, of the original 147 schools confirmed in the first list all are now open in some capacity for face-to-face learning.


HERE is a full list of schools affected by RAAC


Hornsey School for Girls – Haringey, London

St William of York Catholic Primary School – Brockley Park, London

Hatfield Peverel St Andrew's Junior School – Chelmsford, Essex

Our Lady's Catholic High School – Hackney, London

Outwoods Primary School – Burton-on-Trent, East Staffordshire

Hadleigh High School – Hadleigh, Suffolk

East Bergholt High School – East Bergholt, Suffolk

Ark Boulton Academy – Birmingham

Water Lane Primary Academy – Harlow, Essex

Cherry Tree Academy – Pontefract

Arthur Bugler Primary School – Stanford-le-Hope

Claydon High School – Claydon, Suffolk

Kingsdown School – Swindon

Ferryhill School – Ferryhill, County Durham

St Teresa's Catholic Primary School – Harrow, London

St Francis' Catholic Primary School – Maryland Park, London

Buckhurst Hill Community Primary School –  Buckhurst Hill, Essex

The Holy Family Catholic School, a Voluntary Academy – Keighley, West Yorkshire


NEW: Myton School – Warwick

NEW: Baskerville School – Birmingham

The Appleton School – Benfleet, Essex

The Coopers' Company and Coborn School – Havering, London

Wood Green Academy – Wednesbury, West Midlands

The Honywood Community Science School – Coggeshall, Essex

The Billericay School – Billericay, Essex

Aston Manor Academy – Birmingham

The London Oratory School – West Brompton, London

Thurstable School Sports College and Sixth Form Centre – Colchester, Essex

Waddesdon Church of England School – Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire

St Clere's School – Thurrock, Essex

The Gilberd School – Colchester, Essex

Clacton County High School – Clacton-on-SeaEssex

The Bromfords School – Wickford, Essex

Scalby School – Scarborough, North Yorkshire

Wyburns Primary School – Rayleigh, Essex

Roding Valley High School – Loughton, Essex

St Bede's Catholic School and Byron Sixth Form College – Peterlee, County Durham

St John Bosco Catholic Primary School, Town End Farm, Sunderland – Sunderland


NEW: Stepney All Saints Church of England Secondary School – Stepney Green, London

St Benet's Catholic Primary School – Ouston

St Leonard's Catholic School – Durham

St Gregory's Catholic Science College – Brent, London

St Anne's Catholic Primary School – Harlow Green


NEW: Westlands School – Sittingbourne, Kent

NEW: Marple Sixth Form College (part of Trafford College Group) – Stockport

NEW: The Link School – Croydon, Surrey

NEW: Surrey Street Primary School – Luton, Bedfordshire

NEW: Steeple Bumpstead Primary School – Haverhill, Sussex

NEW: St Joseph's Catholic Voluntary Academy – Harborough, Leicestershire

NEW: Selworthy Special School – Taunton, Somerset

NEW: Ravens Academy – Clacton-on-Sea, Essex

NEW: Ortu Corringham Primary School and Nursery – Stanford-le-Hope, Essex

NEW: Mulberry Stepney Green Mathematics and Computing College – Stepney, London

NEW: Merrylands Primary School – Basildon, Essex

NEW: Maryvale Catholic Primary School – Birmingham

NEW: Marling School – Stroud, Gloucestershire

NEW: Kingsbury High School – Kingsbury, London

NEW: Grantham College – Grantham, Lincolnshire

NEW: Farnborough College of Technology – Farnborough, Hampshire

NEW: Farlingaye High School – Woodbridge, Suffolk

NEW: Eldwick Primary School – Bingley, West Yorkshire

NEW: Colyton Grammar School – East Devon

NEW: Buttsberry Junior School – Billericay, Essex

NEW: Ark John Keats Academy – Enfield, London

Myatt Garden Primary School – Lewisham, Essex

Seven Mills Primary School

NEW: Avenue Centre for Education – Luton

NEW: Baildon Church of England Primary School – Shipley, West Yorkshire

The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls – North Ealing, London

St Ignatius College – Enfield, London

Welbourne Primary School – Tottenham Hale, London

St John Vianney RC Primary School – Haringey, London

Brandhall Primary School – Oldbury, West Midlands

St Andrew's CofE Primary School, Over Hulton – Bolton

All Saints C of E Primary School – Fulham, London

Abbey Lane Primary School – Sheffield

Pippins School – Slough

Stanway Fiveways Primary School – Colchester, Essex

Baynards Primary School – Colchester, Essex

Great Leighs Primary School – Chelmsford

Henham and Ugley Primary and Nursery School – Bishop's Stortford

Bentfield Primary School and Nursery – Stansted

White Court School – Great Notley

Beehive Lane Community Primary School – Chelmsford, Essex

Eversley Primary School – Enfield, London

Holy Trinity CofE Primary School, Eight Ash Green and Aldham – Colchester, Essex

St Lawrence Church of England Primary School, Rowhedge – Colchester, Essex

Great Tey Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School – Colchester, Essex

Broomfield Primary School – Chelmsford, Essex

Mersea Island School – Colchester, Essex

Cranbourne – Basingstoke

Markyate Village School and Nursery – St Albans

Widford School – Ware

Palmarsh Primary School – Hythe

Birchington Church of England Primary School – Birchington

St James' Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School – Muswell Hill, London

St Bartholomew's Catholic Primary School, Swanley – Swanley

Bispham Endowed Church of England Primary School – Blackpool

Mayflower Primary School – Tower Hamlets, London

Parks Primary School – Stratford, London

Donnington Wood Infant School and Nursery Centre – Telford

Thurston Community College – Thurston, Suffolk

Shawfield Primary School – Aldershot

St Paul's Catholic Primary School, Thames Ditton – Thames Ditton

Petroc – Barnstaple

Park View School – Haringey, London

Springfield Primary School – Hackney, London

Denbigh School – Milton Keynes

Sale Grammar School – Manchester

King Ethelbert School – Birchington-on-Sea, Kent

Holcombe Grammar School – Chatham, Kent

The Palmer Catholic Academy – Ilford, London

Tendring Technology College – Frinton-on-Sea, Essex

Hounsdown School – Southampton

Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School – Brixton, London

Wallingford School – Wallingford, Oxfordshire

Woodkirk Academy – Tingley, West Yorkshire

Batley Girls High School – Batley

Sandbach School – Sandbach

Carmel College – St. Helens, Merseyside

Anglo European School – Ingatestone, Essex

St Thomas More Catholic School, Blaydon – Blaydon-on-Tyne

The Thomas Lord Audley School – Colchester, Essex

St Helena School – Colchester, Essex

East Tilbury Primary School – Tilbury

White Hall Academy and Nursery –  Clacton-on-Sea, Essex

Altrincham College – Trafford

Cleeve Park School – Sidcup, London

Joyce Frankland Academy, Newport – Newport, Essex

Danetree Primary School – Epsom, Surrey

Royal College Manchester (Seashell Trust) – Heald Green, Cheshire

The Ramsey Academy, Halstead – Halstead, Essex

Redhill School – Chislehurst, Kent,

Woodville Primary School – Chelmsford, Essex

Holy Trinity Catholic Voluntary Academy –  Newark, Nottinghamshire

Thomas Bullock Church of England Primary and Nursery Academy – Norfolk

Katherine Semar Junior School – Saffron Walden, Essex

Katherine Semar Infant School – Saffron Walden, Essex

Mistley Norman Church of England Primary School – Manningtree, Essex

Hatfield Heath Primary School – Hatfield Heath, Bishop's Stortford

St Thomas More Catholic Comprehensive School – Eltham, London

Godinton Primary School – Ashford

St Francis Catholic Primary School, South Ascot – Ascot

The FitzWimarc School –  Rayleigh, Essex

Winter Gardens Academy – Canvey Island

Prince Albert Junior and Infant School – Birmingham 

Cockermouth School – Cockermouth, Cumbria

Northampton International Academy – Northampton

Bishop Douglass School Finchley – East Finchley, London

Lubbins Park Primary Academy – Canvey Island

Canon Slade School – Bolton

Harlowbury Primary School – Harlow, Essex

Katherines Primary Academy and Nursery – Harlow, Essex

Sir Thomas Boughey Academy – Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Harwich and Dovercourt High School – Harwich, Essex

Jerounds Primary Academy – Harlow, Essex

Lambourne Primary School -Romford, Essex

Hillhouse CofE Primary School – Waltham Abbey, Essex

Barnes Farm Junior School – Chelmsford, Essex

St Elizabeth's Catholic Voluntary Academy –  Belper, Derbyshire

Hockley Primary School – Hockley, Essex

Chipping Ongar Primary School – Ongar, Essex

Langney Primary Academy –  Eastbourne, East Sussex

St Mary and St John Junior and Infant School – Hendon, London

St John Catholic Primary School – Rotherhithe, London

Sunny Bank Primary School – Sittingbourne, Kent,

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School – Hanwell, London

Wells Park School – Chigwell, Essex

St James' Catholic Primary School, Hebburn – Newcastle upon Tyne

St Columba's Catholic Primary School, Wallsend – Newcastle upon Tyne

St John Vianney Catholic Primary School, West Denton – Newcastle upon Tyne

St Michael's Catholic School – Wycombe, Essex

Elmstead Primary School – Colchester, Essex

NEW: The Macclesfield Academy – Macclesfield, Cheshire

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