New classrooms for All Saints’

All Saints’ Academy, Mansfield, part of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Multi Academy Trust, has successfully secured Government funding to build a carbon-neutral block of classrooms and SEND unit.
With support from Ben Bradley, MP and our dedicated Trust Estates team, the academy is one of 239 schools to benefit from the Government’s School Rebuilding Programme – a 10-year initiative to carry out major rebuilding and refurbishment projects at schools and sixth-form colleges across England.
The new block will incorporate 16 classrooms and will ensure that students at All Saints’ benefit from a modern teaching environment as well as provide a major step forward toward the Trust’s ambition of becoming operationally carbon neutral.
Carlo Cuomo, Headteacher at All Saints’, welcomed the news.
He said: “We are delighted that our academy has been selected to benefit from the Government’s School Rebuilding Programme. All Saints’ prides itself on high standards and aims to provide an excellent experience for its students and staff. This investment will provide fantastic learning spaces for future generations, and it is something our staff, students and the local community deserve.”
James McGeachie, CEO of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Multi Academy Trust, said this was amazing news for All Saints’.
He said: “This is a fantastic outcome for our academy and the future of our young people in Mansfield. Building a net carbon-neutral facility is important to our Trust and we are delighted that we will be able to provide state-of-the-art facilities to support the delivery of an outstanding Catholic education for all. Special thanks to our Estates team, academy staff and Ben Bradley who have worked so hard to make this project a reality.”