School cuts in St Austell & Newquay

What the Conservative plans will mean for Schools in the St Austell & Newquay constituency

Secondary schools

School

Budget cuts by 2019 

Cuts per Pupil 

Brannel School

PL26 7RN

-£178,655

-£244

Fowey River Academy

PL23 1HE

-£327,209

-£526

Newquay Tretherras School

TR7 3BH

-£674,293

-£491

Penrice Academy

PL25 3NR

-£700,612

-£499

Poltair School

PL25 4BZ

-£144,024

-£227

Treviglas Community College

TR7 3JA

-£409,213

-£587

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Primary Schools

Biscovey Academy

PL24 2DB

-£163,716

-£536

Bishop Bronescombe C of E Primary

PL25 3DT

-£122,212

-£390

Bugle School

PL26 8PD

-£27,343

-£134

Carglaze CP School

PL25 3TF

-£135,971

-£327

Charlestown Primary School

PL25 3PB

-£101,588

-£392

Cubert School

TR8 5HE

-£60,407

-£380

Foxhole Learning Academy

PL26 7UQ

-£27,025

-£287

Gorran School

PL26 6LH

-£21,397

-£204

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Indian Queens CP School

TR96QZ

-£80,643

-£251

Mawgan-in-Pydar CP School

TR8 4EP

-£51,198

-£360

Mevagissey CP School

PL26 6TD

-£45,343

-£381

Mount Charles School

PL25 4PP

-£163,232

-£380

Nanpean CP School

PL26 7YH

-£73,042

-£541

Pondhu Primary School

PL25 5DS

-£68,512

-£274

Roche CP School

TR14 8PG

-£20,958

-£101

Sandy Hill Academy

PL25 3AT

-£74,548

-£294

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St Columb Major Academy

TR9 6RW

-£143,939

-£404

St Columb Minor Academy

TR7 3JF

-£251,017

-£445

St Dennis Academy

PL268AY

-£32,753

-£177

St Mewan CP School

PL26 7DP

-£159,924

-£384

St Stephen Churchtown Academy

PL26 7NZ

-£39,340

-£142

Summercourt Academy

TR8 5EA

-£33,834

-£328 

The Bishops C of E Learning Academy

TR7 2SR

-£53,840

-£216

Trenance Learning Academy

TR7 2LU

-£143,730

-£376

Treverbyn Academy

PL26 8TL

-£69,244

-£334

Tywardreath School

PL24 2PT

-£94,733

-£356

Whitemoor Academy

PL26 7XQ

-£46,157

-£462

 

 

£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 here - a vote for them only makes it easier for the Conservatives to retain control in Cornwall.

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