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The Australian Government continues to invest in the future of agriculture, with a commitment of $100,000 for the Primary Industries Partnerships for Schools project.
The three schools, which have been given the go-ahead under the Partnerships for Schools scheme, include Alexandra High School and Batman's Hill Pupil Referral Unit, Wodensborough Technology College and Woden's Rise Pupil Referral Unit and Oldbury College of Sport.
The three schools, which have been given the go-ahead under the Partnerships for Schools scheme, will see Alexandra High School and Batman's Hill Pupil Referral Unit become Tipton Learning Campus, Wodensborough Technology College and Woden's Rise Pupil Referral Unit become Wednesbury Learning Campus, and Oldbury College of Sport become Oldbury Learning Campus.
DRUMMING UP SUPPORT: Tim Byles, Partnerships for schools chief executive, with Oxclose pupils
The ceremony in London will be hosted by comedian Dara O Briain and Tim Byles, chief executive of partnerships for schools, will help select the top prize winners.
The scheme would have seen St Peter's join with St Mary's and St Margaret Clitherow's primary schools but it failed to get necessary backing from Partnerships For Schools - the government body which oversees the national schools building programme.
The Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) and Partnerships for Schools (PfS), which was established to deliver the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme were "overly optimistic" in how quickly the first schools could be renovated and reopened, the National Audit Office (NAO) report found.
Byline: Richard Bowker, Chief Executive, Partnerships for Schools