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School Cuts

Thursday, 25 May 2017 13:45
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Below is the text of our leaflet on cuts to schools which we have been handing out recently. For more information go to: schoolcuts.org.uk

 

Unless the Government allocates more money,
schools will lose  £3 billion  a year in real terms by 2020.

98% of schools’  costs are rising  faster than their income.

60% of secondary schools are running a  deficit budget .

 

 

What that means in GLOUCESTERSHIRE

An estimated reduction across all schools in Gloucestershire in real terms by 2020, under current Government policies

–£32,002,649 Budget change by 2019

–£424 Per pupil   –859 Teachers

 

 

Locally Stroud Schools face the following cuts

Archway School

cut by 12%

Callowell Primary School

cut by 9%

Cashes Green Primary School

cut by 10%

Gastrell’s Community Primary School

cut by 11%

Marling School

cut by 12%

Rodborough Community Primary School

cut by 10%

The Rosary Catholic Primary School

cut by 7%

Severn View Primary Academy

cut by 3%

St Mathew’s Church of England Primary School

cut by 7%

Stroud High School

cut by 11%

Stroud Valley Community Primary School

cut by 15%

Uplands community Primary School

cut by 6%

Thomas Keble

cut by 12%

 

 

The General Election is a chance to change this

 

 


WHAT CAN I DO?

 

 

 

        Get informed

 

 

»   Visit  www.schoolcuts.org.uk   www.stroudagainstcuts.co.uk

»   Attend a husting and find out what your local candidates say about education.

 

        Spread the word

 

 

»   Let other students, parents and staff know at your local school.

»   Talk to friends, family and neighbours.

»   Write letters to the Stroud News and Journal, Stroud Life, The Citizen.

 

        Use your vote

 

 

»   Make sure everyone you know is registered to vote. (Deadline to register to vote for the General Election is  Monday 22 May.)

 

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 25 May 2017 13:49