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FlatCashEdEast Sussex school funding is already significantly below the national average and the impact of increasing costs will have devastating consequences. Headteachers from across East Sussex, both Primary and Secondary, have come together to launch a campaign to raise awareness of the impact this is having on children in our schools. 

You will have received a letter via email rom headteacher, Tony Smith, to Maria Caulfield MP outlining these concerns. Click here to read the letter online (look for the Flat Cash Ed letter). 

A statement signed by a number of campaigns across the country can be found here. 

MPs listen to their voters so please write and share your thoughts as parents as well. 

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