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Simon Mares, chair of governors at Little Ilford School in Newham, discovers the implications for a governing body of the Building Schools for the Future programme.
Mares is involved in the early stages of a complete rebuild of Little Ilford School under the BSF programme. He visits Whitefield Fishponds School in Bristol - a school where the project is now far advanced - in order to learn some valuable lessons.
He is particularly interested in the ICT provision and the sustainability features, both of which are expected to be central to every BSF project.
Part of the series: Just for Governors