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Times hard for schools in England because they so little money to spend. They have to back on many things. There is austerity in the UK so the government has school budgets. One head teacher at a school in London does not enough money to for cleaners or canteen staff. This means she has to help to the toilets and students in the school cafeteria. Ms Siobhan Lowe is head of Tolworth Girls' School in south London. She recently told reporters that she was embarrassed because her school did not have enough money to her students. Ms Lowe said she has sold school land, cut subjects and her deputy-head teacher to keep her school open.

The south London school is typical of many schools in the UK. Thousands of head teachers have to difficult decisions about how to their school's money. More than 7,000 head teachers recently to 3.5 million parents to explain why the schools have no money. Many parents have volunteers at schools to help the children. Some schools have parents to toilet paper and other basics for the school toilets and classrooms. One school only has enough money to students one sheet of A4 paper a month. Head teachers want to the UK's education secretary, but he to meet them. The UK's Department for Education said funding for education a government priority.

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