North Wiltshire MP, James Gray, has welcomed the announcement that Noremarsh Junior School in Royal Wootton Bassett has been selected as one of the schools that will be rebuilt or substantially refurbished as part of the fourth round of the Conservative Government’s School Rebuilding Programme.

The programme will provide funding to transform 500 schools across England, at a cost of £1.8 billion this financial year. The funding for Noremarsh Junior School will help to deliver state of the art learning environments for pupils, such as new classrooms, science labs, sports halls, and dining halls.

“I look forward to hearing more about the improvements which will now be possible at Noremarsh, and then, I hope, to visiting them.”