More Local Government funding for Ysgol Brynhedydd

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Over the past 8 years Ysgol Bryn Hedydd has always been in the bottom two funded primary schools in Denbighshire in terms of funding per pupil, despite being the third largest Primary school in the County, with 472 pupils on roll. This obviously can cause problems keeping staffing ratios high and keeping the school moving forward over the years.  The governors and head teacher have always strived to give the children a great educational start and already offer excellent value for money.
However, due to the lack of funding they are now being forced to make changes across the school to avoid the school budget going into deficit. This will impact upon staffing (teaching and non-teaching staff) as well as the opportunities, support and resources they can fund.
Unfortunately in order to avoid falling into a financial deficit, they must make savings of £40,000 this year with another possible £40,000 the following year just to break even. This obviously has an impact on the extended provision they can offer at times.
This is particularly frustrating considering the Governors and head teacher have worked so hard over the years to continue improving school and we are as parents are frustrated that they won’t be able to continue their journey at the pace they have been going at. 

What can you do? sign this petition and lobby your Assembly Member, Ann Jones, and your Member of Parliament, Chris Ruane to bring this issue to the attention of the people who matter and have the power to change the current funding criteria used to assess Ysgol Bryn Hedydd and put them on a more realistic budget for the size of school they are. 

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