This summer, North Denes Primary in Norfolk was told it had to lose a fifth of i…

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This summer, North Denes Primary in Norfolk was told it had to lose a fifth of its staff to balance the books – that’s a teacher, 5 teaching assistants & 7 support staff.

But what impact will this have on the school?

#Schoolspending #SchoolCuts




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  1. It’s all about the people’s jobs, what about the future of these children with SEND?
    Without an adequate and appropriate educational provision they won’t even have the opportunity of paid employment.
    Why haven’t the children in this report been put through for an EHCP?
    An EHCP will have secured funding for these children and ensured that if they require a full time 1-1 they will get this throughout their need in education.
    EHCP’s are a nightmare to get, but so many of us have fought successfully for our SEND children to prevent this from happening.
    If these children are not able to access their education due to their SEND they should be getting the correct advice.

  2. Sadly inclusion has meant ‘doing it on the cheap’ because this is where the cuts are made. If your child has additional needs, look for the best resources provision for them. With the best will in the world, a mainstream place with the huge demands on resources may not be the best place for them.

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