TWO schools in Dacorum that bid for funding to be rebuilt have been successful.
Education secretary Michael Gove today (Thursday) announced which schools across the country have been successful in their application for a slice funding worth £2billion.
Among the list of 261, is Longdean School in Hemel Hempstead and Kings Langley School.
Under the scheme, called the Priority Schools Building Programme, work on 42 schools in the worst condition will start immediately.
Officials have written to all the 587 schools that applied to the programme to tell them whether they have been successful.