Support Local Schools

'Throughout my seven years as the Member of Parliament for Congleton, I visited schools across my constituency and welcomed many hundreds of students to Parliament, and a priority of mine was to fight for better funding for our local schools.'

'This is the subject of a strong campaign I am running in Parliament and outside.'


Pictures above: (1) Fiona campaigning for Fairer Funding for local schools, with David Hermitt, Headteacher at Congleton High School; (2) Fiona speaking with the Secretary of State for Education about local schools funding plans; (3) Fiona Bruce leading a delegation of local headteachers and other MPs to discuss issues with funding plans for Cheshire schools, with the Government's Schools Minister Nick Gibb; (4) Presenting a petition on Fairer Funding for local school, in 2015; (5) Meeting with local teachers.


Fiona Bruce has strongly argued in Parliament for better funding for local schools, making it very clear to both the Schools Minister Nick Gibb and the Secretary of State for Education Justine Greening that current funding proposals for schools in this area are wholly unsatisfactory. Indeed, schools have been underfunded for years, and need an increase not a reduction. Click here for one of Fiona's speeches in the House of Commons on this issue.


Fiona regularly visits schools across the constituency to talk to students, and explain her role and the value of democracy, and has welcomed hundreds of school children to Parliament over the last seven years.


Fiona visits The Quinta Primary School today

Fiona said:

Great to see the lovely new hall at Quinta School today - the improvements I see at the school every time I visit are a credit to the vision, leadership, and care for every pupil which head teacher Tracey Walklate has.