The Government has cut school funding by £2.2 billion since 2015. Between now and 2020, it wants to cut £3 billion more. Ninety-nine per cent of schools will suffer funding cuts. That’s virtually every primary and secondary school in the country.
This will mean: Fewer teachers. Larger classes. Less subject choice. Cuts in after-school activities. Fewer teaching assistants. Nursery schools closing
The very young, the poor and those with special needs and disabilities will be worst affected.
- Find out how much schools in your community will lose at schoolcuts.org.uk
- Ask every candidate standing for election to pledge to oppose school cuts.
- Ask them to send a message of support to the school cuts campaign.