Dyke House Sports & Technology College - editorial (2012)

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    ".....The school opened its doors in January 2012. More than a quarter of the building has been rebuilt with the rest extensively remodelled. The centre of the old building has been stripped out and replaced with a new “street” area that links the reception to the school hall, complete with a new science area. Throughout the building, old classrooms have been knocked through to create large open-plan teaching areas. Each group will remain with the same set of teachers for all five years in their area of the building and each area has its own open-plan teaching spaces and traditional classrooms...."
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    Government Initiatives IQ - Lewis Media
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    Link: http://www.govtiq.com/DykeHouse/Editorial.pdf
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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