He urges parents and carers to lobby their West Dorset and South Dorset parliamentary candidates, and question how parties will ensure an adequate education for their children in the future.
Mr Broadway said: “Our school is facing a financial hardship.
- Free live textchat sex no sign up required
- Cam sex skype forums
- Freelivesexcam livesex chat while watching people
- What is a real website where nude video chatrooms
- garmin nuvi 250 updating gps firmware
- Mature vidio chat
Headteachers in Weymouth and Dorchester have launched a plea for parents to push education funding up the political agenda ahead of next month’s general election, amid fears that government funding for the county could be slashed even further by 2019.
Kevin Broadway, headteacher at All Saints School in Weymouth, wrote an open letter to parents last week highlighting the funding troubles facing the school, warning that the quality of education could slide if more cuts are made.
What the candidates think ELECTION candidates in West Dorset and South Dorset constituencies have given their thoughts on the potential ‘crisis’ facing schools in the county over the next three years, ahead of next month’s general election.
Fears amongst teachers and parents are rising as schools are forced to hold redundancy meetings.
To advertise with us please click here for full details.