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News: Schools ‘may cut opening hours’ amid budget woes

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Schools in West Sussex are considering reducing their opening hours, among other measures, to save money. Headteachers say the delay of the national funding formula has left them with holes in their budgets. But the DfE warns that if schools cut hours they may have to stay open during the holidays.

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