Over 500 postcards written by West Sussex parents and school children were delivered to the Secretary of State for Education today demanding fair funding for local schools. The “Wish you would hear” postcards were written at school fairs and events over the summer and collected by the parent campaign group, Save Our Schools (SOS) West Sussex. Devastating effects of real-term cut in funding for state schools They highlight the devastating effects the real-term cut in funding i
Parents and school children across West Sussex are backing local headteachers who are marching in London today (Friday 28 September) for fair school funding – with local kids’ head standing in support of their heads. A number of local heads have joined more than 1,000 school leaders from across the country taking part in the Worthless campaign march on Downing Street, led by Jules White, Headteacher of Tanbridge House school in Horsham. It comes as schools across the county r
More than 500 people marched for fair funding for schools in West Sussex on Saturday 21 April. Local parents, school children, teachers and union representatives took to the streets of Worthing to urge the government to adequately fund schools across the county.
Schools in West Sussex are facing nearly a £9million deficit in funding as a result of rising costs and inflation levels.
Jules White, Headteacher of Tanbridge House school in Horsham and leader of the WorthLess?
Local parent-led Save Our Schools West Sussex campaign group is heartened by recent signals from West Sussex County Council and MPs on school funding. While discussions and pledges are welcomed, the group urges immediate action to redress historic, long-term unfair funding levels in our schools. Time for more than words and meetings “We’ve been tirelessly campaigning for over a year on the funding issue and feel frustrated that so little progress has been made by those in pos