Details of school funding cuts in North Cornwall

North Cornwall Constituency

Secondary Schools

School

Budget cuts by 2019 *

Cuts per pupil *

Bodmin College

PL31 1DD

-£698,808

-£608

Budehaven Community School

EX23 8DQ

-£495,714

-£555

Launceston College

PL15 9JR

-£383,727

-£386

Sir James Smith Community School, Camelford

PL32 9UJ

-£305,795

-£744

Wadebridge School

PL27 6BU

-£364,856

-£356

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Primary Schools

School

Budget cuts by 2019 *

Cuts per pupil *

Altarnun Primary School

PL15 7RZ

-£14,369

-£232

Berrycombe School

PL31 2PH

-£31,767

-£168

Blisland Community Primary School

PL30 4JX

-£7,149

-£193

Boscastle CP School

PL35 0AU

-£51,441

-£843

Boyton Primary School

PL15 9RJ

-£39,349

-£787

Bude Junior School

EX23 8EA

-£118,194

-£423

Bude Infant School

EX23 8DR

-£44,521

-£270

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Camelford Primary School

PL32 9UE

-£102,460

-£407

Cardinham School

PL30 4BN

-£40,468

-£613

Delabole Community School

PL33 9AL

-£32,666

-£263

Egloskerry School

PL15 8RT

-£33,166

-£335

Jacobstow Community School

EX23 0BR

-£29,931

-£312

Kilkhampton Junior and Infant School

EX23 9QU

-£47,756

-£524

Marhamchurch CE Primary School

EX23 0HY

-£44,764

-£342

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Nanstallon CP School

PL30 5JZ

-£27,940

-£297

North Petherwin School

PL15 8NE

-£13,742

-£211

Otterham CP School

PL23 9YW

-£24,042

-£276

Padstow School

PL28 8EX

-£61,057

-£375

Port Isaac CP School

PL29 3RT

-£31,501

-£630

Robartes ACE Academy, Bodmin

PL31 1LU

-£100,582

-£453

South Petherwin CP School

PL15 7LE

-£28,694

-£278

St Breock Primary School

PL27 7XL

-£43,419

-£212

St Breward CP School

PL30 4LX

-£23,701

-£447

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St Catherines CE Primary School

PL15 7HX

-£29,628

-£142

St Issey VA CE School

PL27 7RN

-£492

-£9

St Kew ACE Academy

PL30 3ER

-£37,876

-£498

St Mabyn CE School

PL30 3BQ

-£15,036

-£289

St Marks CE Primary School

EX23 9PE

-£22,263

-£271

St Marys Catholic Primary School

PL31 1LW

-£68,125

-£313

St Merryn School

PL28 8NP

-£75,830

-£660

St Minver School

PL27 6QD

-£50,064

-£249

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St Petrocs CE Primary School

PL31 1DS

-£239,560

- £455

St Stephens Community Academy

PL15 8HL

-£34,188

-£164

St Tudy CE School

PL30 3NH

-£21,172

-£433

St Wenn School

PL30 5PS

-£36,687

-£555

Stratton Primary School

EX23 9AP

-£55,675

-£178

The Beacon Infant and Nursery ACE Academy

PL31 1JQ

-£55,164

-£313

Tintagel Primary School

PL34 0DU

-£59,878

-£555

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Tregadillet CP School

PL15 7EU

-£49,518

-£397

Trekenner CP School

PL15 9PH

-£36,798

-£567

Trevisker School

PL27 7UD

-£87,698

-£559

Wadebridge Primary School

PL27 6BL

-£180,518

-£422

Warbstow Primary School

PL15 8UP

-£47,616

-£700

Werrington School

PL15 8TN

-£14,099

-£300

Whitstone Primary School

EX22 6TH

-£27,324

-£374

Windmill Hill Academy, Launceston

PL15 9AE

-£45,807

-£229

*Source: NUT/ATL/schoolcuts.org.uk

 

£26m of cuts.

The loss of free school meals.

Theresa May’s vision for Britain seems to be creating a cruel and heartless society.

Only Dan Rogerson and the Lib Dems will fight for North Cornwall’s schools.

We have comprehensive, thought-through plan to address the issues across the country - here’s a  summary of our manifesto:

  • Invest nearly £7bn extra in education

  • Triple the Early Years Pupil Premium to £1,000

  • Oppose new selective schools and give local authorities control over admissions and new schools

  • Raise the quality of early years provision

  • End the 1% cap on teachers' pay rises

  • Guarantee all state school teachers are fully qualified or working towards qualified teacher status from January 2019

  • Introduce a professional development entitlement of 25 hours per year for all teachers, rising to 50 hours by 2025

  • Tackle unnecessary teacher workloads

  • Reform Ofsted inspections

  • Scrap the planned expansion of grammar schools

  • Ensure that identification and support for special educational needs and disabilities takes place as early as possible

  • Protect the availability of arts and creative subjects in the curriculum

  • Improve the quality of vocational education, including skills for entrepreneurship and self-employment, and improve careers advice and links with employers

  • Challenge gender stereotyping and early sexualisation

  • Reinstate university maintenance grants for the poorest students

  • Double the number of businesses that hire apprentices.

In Cornwall, Lib Dems like Dan Rogerson have been campaigning against the raw deal our education system gets for years - we know how important it is for every child to get a great start in life.

Labour may have a plan, but they cannot win here - a vote for them only makes it easier for the Conservatives to keep ignoring North Cornwall.

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