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Heads go to Downing Street with 'dire' funding warning

Head teachers have written to Theresa May to warn that a funding crisis could make schools reduce hours, lay off staff or stop teaching some subjects.

The letter to the prime minister has been signed by the heads of every state school in West Sussex, who argue they need £20m in emergency funding.

They say the "distraction" of grammar schools cannot be a priority ahead of basic funding and staffing.

The government has promised a complete overhaul of school funding in England.

But the plans for a national funding formula, which would address inequalities in school funding, have been postponed.

'Dire financial position'

The head teachers, from more than 250 primary, secondary, special schools, academies and local authority schools in West Sussex, say that without £20m emergency transitional funding, ahead of the funding formula, they will have to make cuts.

This could include reducing school hours, bigger class sizes, not replacing staff and making teachers redundant.

The head teachers have told the prime minister that schools have "no more fat to trim".

"Schools are struggling to function adequately on a day to day basis, and, in addition, we are severely hampered in our ability to recruit and retain staff, work with reasonable teacher-pupil ratios and to buy basic equipment," says the letter.

Jules White, head of Tanbridge House School in Horsham, said heads were not "sabre-rattling" and these were not empty threats.

"We will look at every option to avoid such drastic steps," he said, but school finances were so stretched they would have to take such difficult decisions.

Mr White said head teachers wanted the government to focus on the practical necessities before being "distracted" by policies such as expanding grammar schools.

"There are fundamentals - finance and the supply of teachers. That's what we want the conversation to be about," he said.

"If you want rapid school improvement, fund them adequately."

Mr White said parents had been very supportive of heads' protests about funding.

"Parents get the unfairness," he said.

Schools in West Sussex have argued they are particularly disadvantaged by the current funding arrangements.




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