WATCH: ‘Now fund schools properly’, new government told

Education may not have featured as heavily as Brexit and the NHS in the election campaign. But all the main contenders made a succession of promises about the billions they planned to shower on schools. Tes reports.

Jules White, headteacher at Tanbridge House School, in Horsham, has set out three main priorities to help the new government on its way.

Mr White, the founder of the WorthLess? school funding campaign, calls for every child’s education to be “funded properly”. He wants to see “a core unit of funding sufficient to meet the needs of a really good education for every pupil regardless of where they go to school.”

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