Thirteen schools across the East have won a share of a £1.8bn government cash pot to help revamp buildings.
The Department for Education revealed that 239 schools in England and Wales had been approved.
The government said the new projects would lead to school buildings that "will be more energy efficient for future winter resilience and net-zero in operation, with old facilities replaced by modern education environments including new classrooms, sports halls and dining rooms."
Among the successful schools were:
Cardinal Newman Catholic School A Specialist Science College, Luton
Linton Village College
St John Payne School, Chelmsford
Blenheim Primary School, Southend-on-Sea
The Bromfords School, Wickford
The Peartree Primary School, Welwyn Garden City
Angel Road Primary, Norwich
King Edward VII Academy, King's Lynn
Castle Manor Academy, Haverhill
Samuel Ward Academy, Haverhill
Ormiston Endeavour Academy, Ipswich
Priory School, Bury St Edmunds
Thurston Community College
Norwich North Conservative MP Chloe Smith welcomed news that the Angel Road School in her constituency had been successful.
She said: “I know that this has been an anxious time for parents and children, with the changes to the sites... So, I share the delight of the community that the consolidated site will be made fit for purpose for this, and future generations of pupils."
It comes after 13 other schools (two in Essex, six in Hertfordshire, four in Norfolk and one in Suffolk) were successful back in July.
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