School spending cuts anger prompts public meeting in Sheffield

The NUT in Sheffield claims education spending is being cut by over 22m
The NUT in Sheffield claims education spending is being cut by over 22m
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Education spending will go under the spotlight at a public meeting in Sheffield tomorrow (Monday, March 27)

The Sheffield branch of the teachers’ union NUT claims cuts totalling more than £22 million by 2019 will leave schools with £326 less to spend per pupil.

A meeting entitled Let’s Talk About SECS (Stop Education Cuts in Sheffield) will take place at St Mary’s Centre in Bramall Lane, just south of the city centre, from 6pm to 7.30pm. A crèche will be available.