Cheshire East Council has given schools around Nantwich a £1m buildings grant which will partly be used to purchase access installations and solutions for pupils.
Nineteen schools have secured the funding, which is designed to improve learning environments and access in educational facilities.
Councillor George Hayes, cabinet member for children and families said: “We all want the best learning environments for our children to achieve and develop to their full potential and this scheme illustrates how best to maximise the capital resources available to achieve that.
“I look forward to visiting schools after the summer break to see these new resources in place and to see learners and staff benefiting from this investment.
“This council is fully committed to providing sufficient school places and a variety of projects are underway.
“The future of school improvement has to be through highly effective collaboration and this programme illustrates how school leaders, governors and local authority teams can successfully combine their skills and resources to really make a difference for young people.’’