One of Doncaster’s biggest schools is set to be transformed. At present, Ash Hill Academy, in Hatfield has a couple of modern buildings – but it also has an aging block dating back to the 1960s which is now in such poor condition that only half of it can be used.But later this year, things are set to change, with a £12 million building scheme lined up which will see the school’s B Block demolished, and replaced with a state of the art building on the site of the car park near the gate.And a number of the other buildings are to be stripped down for a major refurbishment.Work is due to start on the site in September, with the project expected to be completed in time for pupils to move into the new block in time for the 2018-19 school year. The land currently occupied by B Block will become leisure space.Academy principal John Higgins is delighted that the scheme is close to fruition. Part of the school, was rebuilt in 2006. But in recent years, teachers and pupils had struggled to get by in rooms which were on their last legs.The building which is to be put in… Read full this story
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