Schools responding to the survey claimed that the increased emphasis on core academic subjects, together with funding pressures, were the most common reasons for cutting back on resources for creative subjects. Design and technology, music, arts and drama are all being “squeezed” according to the BBC, though the government denies the renewed focus on ‘academic’ subjects in English secondary schools is coming at the expense of the arts.
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