Published: 15:58, 03 April 2019
| Updated: 13:37, 26 April 2019
A Kent headteacher is warning of a catastrophe for education if something isn't done about the lack of funding for schools.
Earlier this month more than 7,000 heads from across the country wrote a letter home to parents, telling them about their financial issues and asking them to lobby their MPs about it.
Alan Brookes was one of them - he's in charge of Fulston Manor in Sittingbourne and is also chair of the Kent Headteachers Association.
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