School cuts in Camborne & Redruth

What the Conservative plans will mean for Schools in the Camborne & Redruth Constituency

Secondary schools


Budget cuts by 2019 

Cuts per pupil 

Camborne Science and International Academy

TR14 7PP



Hayle Community School

TR27 4DN



Pool Academy

TR15 3PZ



Redruth School

TR15 1TA



St Michaels Catholic Secondary School

TR14 7AD

No Cuts

No Cuts

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Primary Schools


Budget cuts by 2019  *

Cuts per pupil *

Blackwater CP School



Bodriggy Academy

TR27 4DR



Connor Downs Academy

TR27 5DH



Constantine Primary School
TR11 5AG



Crowan Primary School

TR14 0LG



Illogan School

TR16 4SW



Kehelland Village School

TR14 0DA



Kennall Vale School




Lanner Primary School

TR16 6AZ



Mabe School
TR10 9HB



Mount Hawke Academy



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Pennoweth Primary School

TR27 4AH



Penpol School
TR27 4AH



Penponds School

TR14 0QN



Portreath Community Primary School

TR16 4LU



Rosemellin Community Primary School

TR14 8PG



Roskear School

TR14 8DJ



St Day and Caharrack Community School

TR16 5LG

-£ 40,626


St Johns Catholic Primary School



St Meriadoc CE Junior Academy

TR14 7PJ



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St Meriadoc CE Infant and Nursery Academy

TR12 7DW



Stithians CP School



Treleigh Community Primary School

TR12 4AY



Trevithick Learning Academy

TR14 7RH



Trewirgie Infant School

TR15 2SZ



Trewergie Junior School

TR12 7QN



Troon School

TR14 9ED



Weeth Community Primary School
TR14 7GA



Wendron School
TR13 0NA





£26m of cuts.

The loss of free school meals.

Theresa May’s vision for Britain seems to be creating a cruel and heartless society.


Only the Lib Dems will fight for Cornwall’s schools, and we have a comprehensive, thought-through plan to address the issues across the country - here’s a  summary of our manifesto:

  • Invest nearly £7bn extra in education

  • Triple the Early Years Pupil Premium to £1,000

  • Oppose new selective schools and give local authorities control over admissions and new schools

  • Raise the quality of early years provision

  • End the 1% cap on teachers' pay rises

  • Guarantee all state school teachers are fully qualified or working towards qualified teacher status from January 2019

  • Introduce a professional development entitlement of 25 hours per year for all teachers, rising to 50 hours by 2025

  • Tackle unnecessary teacher workloads

  • Reform Ofsted inspections

  • Scrap the planned expansion of grammar schools

  • Ensure that identification and support for special educational needs and disabilities takes place as early as possible

  • Protect the availability of arts and creative subjects in the curriculum

  • Improve the quality of vocational education, including skills for entrepreneurship and self-employment, and improve careers advice and links with employers

  • Challenge gender stereotyping and early sexualisation

  • Reinstate university maintenance grants for the poorest students

  • Double the number of businesses that hire apprentices.

In Cornwall, Lib Dems have been champions against the raw deal our education system gets for years - we know how important it is for every child to get a great start in life.

Labour may have a plan, but they cannot win in Cornwall - a vote for them only makes it easier for the Conservatives to keep their seats in Cornwall.