Cash earmarked for Leeds schools in financial trouble

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Nearly half a million pounds has been earmarked to help support schools suffering financial difficulties in Leeds.

The Yorkshire Evening Post understands that eight schools from across the city are set to receive a share of the support fund which is worth more than £441,000.

The cash-pot is believed to help fund costs of “commuted pensions” while schools undertake a “managed staff reduction process”.

 

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