London schools are at funding crisis point, say head teachers

A poll of London schools found 28 per cent have made cuts this year and 35 per cent expect they will be forced to do the same next year. The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), which carried out the research, said the crisis is a result of 10 years of underfunding.

Funding for children with special educational needs has been particularly badly impacted by under-investment, schools said. It comes after schools were hit by extra costs from the pandemic.

 

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08/10/2021