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School funding still in crisis: regional school summits

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We are hosting events across the country to shine a light on the impact the funding crisis is having on UK schools. Teachers, school leaders, governors, MPs and parents will join together to campaign for an investment in education.

These summits are free to attend and are available to members and non-members.  To join an event or for more information on setting up your own, email our team on organising@naht.org.uk.

Somerset half-day training, funding and AGM - 30 November 

 In November, Somerset school leaders are invited to spend the morning at Canalside, Bridgwater to hear from Rob Kelsall, national secretary NAHT, and NAHT regional officer, Rae Bull. Attendees will get the latest information and updates on the funding campaign as well as a run-down of future events. 

This event will take place from 9am to 1.30pm at Canalside, Marsh Lane, Bridgwater, Somerset TA6 6LQ. 

School funding cuts meeting in Stockport - 6 December

This important public meeting is being arranged by NAHT to highlight the increasing impact cuts in school funding are having across Stockport. Speakers will include NAHT general secretary, Paul Whiteman; NAHT president Andy Mellor; primary head teacher, Jacqui Ames and secondary head teacher,  Joe Barker. The event is open to all school senior leaders, teachers, staff, governors, parents and carers from all schools across Stockport. 

 This event will take place from 7pm to 9pm at  Marple Hall Secondary School, Hilltop Drive, Marple, Stockport, SK6 6LB. 

Empty promises: the crisis in supporting children with SEND - 7 December 

Our recent survey of school leaders on supporting children with SEND provided a powerful testimony of an education system struggling to meet the needs of its most vulnerable pupils.

In response, we're working together with parents and school leaders to press the government on the urgent need for more high needs funding.

We want to hear about the reality of supporting children with SEND in the face of the continuing funding crisis. You will also get the chance to hear from our speakers who will motivate, stimulate and move you.

  • Carrie Grant - TV personality, voice coach and parent of children with SEND
  • Sabrina Hobbs - principal, Severndale Specialist Academy
  • Amanda Elliot - Hackney SEND Parents' Group
  • Rob Kelsall - NAHT national secretary (campaigns and organising)
  • Vic Goddard - head of Passmores academy, the school featured in the Channel 4 series Educating Essex. 

This event will take place from 9.30am to 1pm at Aston Wood Golf Club, Blake Street, Little Aston, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B74 4EU.  


First published 27 November 2018