Education Secretary Michael Gove announced 261 schools across the country will be rebuilt or undergo major refurbishment through the Priority School Building Programme. 32 are from our region.
Nearly 600 schools applied for the programme, meaning that over half of all those who applied were unsuccessful.
Those which were successful are:
Essex: Lawford Mead Primary, The Edith Borthwick School
Isle of Wight: Carisbrooke College, Christ the King College, Oakfield C of E Aided Primary School, Ryde Academy.
Kent: Aylesham Primary School, Castle Community College, Chantry Primary School, Culverstone Green Primary School, Halfway Houses Primary School, Laleham Gap School, Meopham School, Priory Fields School, Sevenoaks Primary School, Smarden Primary School, St Philip Howard Catholic Primary School, The Canterbury Primary School, Westlands Primary School, York Road Junior Academy.
Poole: Montacute School
Portsmouth: King Richard School
Reading: Reading Girls' School
Southampton: Bitterne Park School, The Cedar School.
Surrey: Pyrford C of E Aided Primary School, Riverview C of E Primary and Nursery School, St Bede's C of E Aided Junior School, St Lawrence C of E Aided Junior School.
Wiltshire: St Mary's C of E Infant School, St Peter's C of E Junior School, Wyvern College.
This is Bitterne Park School in Southampton - in desperate need of repair.