The Wolverhampton Schools project is a redevelopment of the former Tarmac headquarters site in Wolverhampton from redundant commercial premises to a modern educational site. It includes a significant refurbishment of some of the existing buildings, construction of new facilities, demolitions and external works.
Two free schools are on the site - The British Sikh School and Wolverhampton Vocational Training Centre. The British Sikh School is a coeducational inclusive secondary school for 840 pupils based upon the Sikh ethos, and the Vocational Training Centre is a special school for young people aged 16 and over which prepares them for adulthood and helps them to learn essential skills to work and live as independently as possible.
a building that raises educational achievement
a school that offers a different approach with a practical, personalised curriculum for all of its students
designed to meet the needs of the current education plan and future needs
existing buildings refurbished to provide flexible teaching accommodation
the site is revitalised, providing a distinctive and cohesive teaching environment