A new tool has been released which reveals how individual schools have been hit by government cuts.
Some £2.8 billion has been cut from school budgets since 2015.
That equates to an average of £54,000 cut per primary school and 205,600 per secondary school.
A new School Cuts App shows what schools in your community will lose by 2020, with some in line for cuts of over £250 per pupil as classroom sizes balloon and funding is withdrawn.
The app leads users to a campaign against school cuts been driven by a number of industry bodies such as GMB, UNISON and Unite.
Enter your local school in the search here to see how it will be affected by the cuts.
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