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Tag Archives: Fairer Schools Funding
‘Fairer School Funding’ – what does it mean for you?
With the recent announcement of the government’s new funding formula, there are huge concerns that already cash-strapped schools are set to loose even more and make cuts on, amongst other things, learning outside the classroom activities. Continue reading