Cornwall’s secondary school pupils face cut-per-head lottery under new funding formula, as class sizes start to increase

Posted By on 19th April 2018

19th April 2018 By Peter Tremayne The cash spent on Cornwall’s secondary school pupils is hundreds of pounds less than needed, according to an analysis of official Department for Education…


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  1. People are gathering outside the Triangle in Bude 11am this Saturday as part of the National Campaign weekend against the cuts.

  2. It makes one despair. I’vedone careers or STEM events in a number of these schools. I can’t see any rhyme or reason in those figures. Poor Sir James Smith.

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