Tory Education Cuts

In Redditch Trinity High School has had £930,200 cut since 2015, Arrow Vale £679,867 and St Augustine’s £642,484.

Our youngsters and school staff deserve better and the government are not preparing for extra children needing school…

Posted by Rebecca Jenkins Labour PPC for Redditch on Friday, 31 August 2018


We are seeing class sizes increasing, buildings crumbling and resources depleting. I have had to pay for equipment and books for students at my own expense and the pay cap has added to the recruitment and retention crisis of staff who feel undervalued.

We can't let this happen to our schools.

Tory school cuts have gone too far.Now some schools are being forced to close early to save money – and it’s the parents and children who are paying the price 👇

Posted by The Labour Party on Tuesday, 2 April 2019


There is a simple answer to under investment in our schools – VOTE LABOUR! We will setup a National Education Service to provide the world class education our children deserve.