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Sevenoaks Lib Dems call for all Kent schools to be properly funded

April 26, 2017 4:52 PM
By Alan Bullion

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Kent primary school heads and governors tell us that many of our local schools now face a funding crisis. The Government's new national funding formula means that they will lose teachers.

Kent County Council must find the money to fund our schools properly. Imposing austerity on the youngest and most vulnerable is, in our view, and we hope yours, unacceptable.

The next generation needs the best education for all, to give everyone the skills they need to be more productive.

Cutting education funding makes that harder to do.

A vote for Liberal Democrats is a vote for proper funding of our schools.

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Richard Streatfeild, Lib Dem County Council Candidate for Sevenoaks South

action@sevenoakslibdems.org.uk

https://www.schoolcuts.org.uk/#/

Knole Academy 14 teachers £499k

St Johns 4 teachers £134k

Sevenoaks Primary 4 teachers £164k

Lady Boswell 2 teachers £80k

St Thomas 2 teachers £63k

Seal 2 teachers £55k

Riverhead 3 teachers £104k

Amherst 3 teachers £105k

Published and Promoted by Alastair McPherson on behalf of Alan Bullion and Sevenoaks Liberal Democrats, all at 44 Well Road, Otford, Kent TN14 5PT.