The Deputy Prime Minister is expected to visit two Brighton schools tomorrow (Tuesday 25 September).
Nick Clegg is believed to have arranged a visit to the Brighton Aldridge Community Academy, the first academy school in Brighton and Hove.
The Liberal Democrat leader will be met by principal Phil Hogg who will show him around the school where results have improved sharply over the past two years.
The academy replaced the old Falmer High School and has placed a stronger emphasis on academic achievement.
In August 41 per cent of pupils achieved five GCSEs including maths and English with grades from A* to C compared with 22 per cent two years ago.
Phil Hogg is due to retire at the end of the current academic year.
Mr Clegg is also expected to visit the newly opened Brighton and Hove Bilingual Primary School which is based temporarily at the BACA site.
The Reception and Year 1 children are being taught in English and Spanish using a method known as immersion.
The school is the first state-funded fully bilingual primary school in the country and Mr Clegg is expected to be accompanied on his visit by his Spanish wife, Miriam Gonzalez Durantez.