But don’t worry, the same geniuses that caused the problem will figure it out……so not.
Schools are under ‘huge and unsustainable pressure’ from dramatic rise in number of children from European migrants’ families
Employment minister Priti Patel (pictured) said schools are coming under ‘unsustainable pressure’ from a surge in the number of pupils from European migrants’ families
- Nearly 700,000 school-aged children in UK have parent who is a citizen from another country
- Figure is more than double the number in 2007, statistics have revealed
- Employment minister Priti Patel said numbers put huge and unsustainable pressures on our schools’
Schools are coming under ‘unsustainable pressure’ from a surge in the number of pupils from European migrants’ families, statistics have shown.
Nearly 700,000 school-aged youngsters have a mother or father who is a citizen of another country in Europe – more than double the number in 2007.
The statistics include pupils who have come to the UK with their families as well as those who were born to parents who had already moved to Britain.
In one year alone numbers of school-aged children coming to Britain from Europe reached 25,000, the figures showed.
According to the Sunday Telegraph, which found the statistics on Parliament’s website, 27 average-sized new secondary schools would be needed to accommodate such an influx.
The newspaper said the highest number came from Poland, followed by Lithuania and Germany.