Councillor Amanda Taylor

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Schools on strike tomorrow

by Amanda Taylor on 4 July, 2016

Teachers from the NUT are on strike tomorrow. The NUT says the strike demands are to increase funding to schools and education, guarantee terms and conditions in all types of schools, and to resume negotiations on teacher contracts to allow workload to be addressed. Is your child’s school open or closed tomorrow? This listing is […]

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The draft local plan and the green belt

by Amanda Taylor on 22 August, 2013

Cambridge  City Council has published its draft Local Plan, which sets the framework for future development in the city, and now is the time to give your views on it, for the government Planning Inspectorate to consider. By law, local authorities must set a Local Plan for their areas, stipulating what kind of development can […]

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Liberal Democrats in the Coalition Government have given Cambridgeshire schoolchildren a £12 million Christmas present – and a quarter of a million pounds of this is coming to schools in Queen Edith’s. The cash is an increase in the Pupil Premium funding, which targets extra money to schools to be spent on children from disadvantaged […]

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