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West Sussex school appropriation predicament ‘negatively affecting’ pupils

Image copyright PA Image caption The Unison consult suggested spirit among staff is low Education is being “negatively affected” as schools onslaught with bill shortfalls, a consult finds. Morale is low and highlight levels high, teachers, support staff and relatives in West Sussex told the Unison union. The conditions could …

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General election 2017: Corbyn attacks Tories over ‘super-sized’ classes

Image copyright PA Labour says children are being congested “like sardines” into “super-sized” school classes, as it focuses its ubiquitous election campaign on education. The party pronounced 40,000 primary age children were taught in classes of 36 or some-more in England in 2016, blaming “broken promises” by the government. But …

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