An Oxfordshire headteacher has warned that her school and others like it face a funding crisis that will mean bigger class sizes and extra work for teachers.
Catharine Darnton, of Gillotts School, in Henley-on-Thames, says she's already made huge cutbacks.
Teachers today raised their concerns at the Association of School and College Leaders conference, saying they may have to move to a four day week, or ask parents to donate cash.
Sam Holder takes a look at what it means for schools and their pupils.
Sam spoke to the headteacher at Gillotts School, Catharine Darnton, science teacher Simon West and the headteacher of Forest School Mary Sandell who was speaking last month.
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Thousands of people are expected at Henley from today as the annual royal regatta gets underway.
They'll watch crews from across the world compete in more than two hundred races at the five day event.
“I am delighted not only with the number of entries but also the incredibly high standard of crews at every level.
“The record entry level reflects the prestigious appeal Henley Royal Regatta holds for rowers at school, club, college, university and international levels.
“Personally I am looking forward to seeing the men’s double sculls having seen the GB boys come through the ranks and Jack recently made two World Cup finals in a day after being subbed into the quad and winning a silver. There’s a strong chance they’ll meet the Belgium Lightweight double which will make for an outstanding race.
“The Queen Mother Challenge Cup has this year attracted record entries and we’ll have four overseas crews along with four GB crews and some serious competition.”
"Thames Valley Police is currently in Henley working with the fire and ambulance services as they deal with an incident at a shop in Bell Street.
At around 2.36pm today we were called when several customers came out of the store coughing and with streaming eyes. Nine people are being treated at the scene by South Central Ambulance.
There are cordons in place and are likely to be in place for the next two hours or so while the fire service deal with the incident . There are also traffic restrictions in place and drivers are asked to avoid the area if possible.
There is nothing to suggest that this is related to terrorism."
Part of Henley town centre has been closed off this afternoon due to a chemical leak.
Emergency services were called to the scene by WH Smith in Bell Street at 2:36pm.
The road is currently closed to vehicles and pedestrians.
Nine casualties have been assessed and treated at the scene.
More to follow.
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It's twenty-five years this month. 25 years since the Oxfordshire MP Michael Heseltine, challenged Mrs Thatcher for the Tory leadership.
What does he regret about those days? Did he really think he was going to win? Now he's 83 and looks back over those heady events, what keeps him awake at night ? And - why was the man they called "Tarzan" on a trip to the zoo when he realised the game was up?
Final preparations are underway for this year's eighties Rewind Festival.
The event which takes place on Saturday and Sunday returns for the seventh year at Temple Island Meadows.
The line up includes 80s stars Billy Ocean, ABC, and lead singer of T'Pau, Carol Decker.
A crucial decision will be made today about the future of an Oxfordshire hospital. The Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group will consider how many beds the Townlands Hospital will be allocated as part of its redevelopment. Eighteen were initially promised - but it's feared that could be cut to just five.
The decision follows a public consultation. Hundreds of people have taken to the streets to protest at the plans. Health bosses say reducing the number of beds will mean more services can be provided. The new hospital is expected to be ready next year.
David Smith, Chief Executive of Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group said: "We have been very clear from the outset of the consultation that the CCG would be listening to what people had to say, reflecting on those views and paying full consideration to them as part of the review and further development of our proposals."