Education matters, doesn’t it?

Funding. Funding. Funding. Everywhere you look in our schools we face challenges due to a lack of sufficient funding. Surely education matters more than this? Helen Osgood describes how and why we must take the fight for more investment to our politicians...

As educators, we know the value of education. We know the curriculum, and we try to teach it in a way that is engaging, interesting, and – dare I say it – fun.

By making this learning journey something that children want to travel along with us, we hope to inspire a generation: to instil in them a love of learning and a desire to know more. But we also want to open doors to the future, to ensure that children get the grades they want in the subjects they are passionate about, so they can go on and enjoy apprenticeships, further study and whatever the world of work throws at them.

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