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Schools asking Children in Need for funding help

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Schools asking Children in Need for funding help

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Postby ursaminortaur » June 12th, 2019, 11:31 am

Modern Britain - where we have now moved on from Schools asking for contributions from parents to them asking Children in Need for funding help.


https://www.theguardian.com/education/2019/jun/12/school-asks-bbc-children-in-need-to-cover-funding-gap

Downshall’s headteacher, Ian Bennett, said: “We are looking to charities to fund the school. I’ve never done it before. To have no pastoral support is awful. To lose two reading support workers is criminal. These children are not going to get the support they need.”

A second school in Ilford, Mayespark primary, is reported to have already won a grant from Children in Need to support pupils who have missed out on nurture in their early years. The school’s headteacher, Christine Lamb, told the Ilford Recorder: “Funding from BBC Children in Need allows us to support children at the school further and develop our nurture project.” Lamb was approached for comment

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