Ealing schools take action due to funding crisis

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Ealing schools take action due to funding crisis

53 schools in Ealing hung signs from their gates to demonstrate years of government underfunding and rising employment costs.

The schools are set to lose nearly £7.4 million, the equivalent of £173 for every pupil. 

We spoke to Dave Woods, headteacher of Beaconsfield Primary School and secretary for NAHT Ealing who says they have had to make sacrifces due to these cuts. 

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