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You did so much throughout our general election campaign, and in Southampton Itchen you brought us within only 31 votes of winning back the seat for Labour.

Ours is a people powered movement, and together we made such progress, stopping the Conservative government in its tracks. Now is the time to keep on fighting – and you can be part of that fight by coming to our campaign rally in Southampton Itchen at midday on Saturday 15th July. 

The Tories no longer have a mandate for their vicious austerity agenda. By coming along, you will be making a statement – we are the many, they are the few, and we want a fairer Britain.

Attendance is by registration only and full details will be sent to you by the afternoon of Friday 14th July.

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Jeremy Corbyn to visit Southampton

You did so much throughout our general election campaign, and in Southampton Itchen you brought us within only 31 votes of winning back the seat for Labour. Ours is a...

Labour Councilor Darren Paffey, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, reacted to the strong performance of Southampton schools for year six SATs results:

“It’s great to see such strong improvement across the provisional SATs data, so congratulations to pupils for their achievements, and to teachers and parents for their hard work and support.

There are some really promising results, showing that Southampton schools achieve favorably in comparison with national performance, and indeed in some areas we outperform those national averages which is very good news.

At the same time, we recognise that these tests are one snapshot of pupils’ achievements, and there are many other ways that teachers are working hard to help get the best outcomes for our city’s children, so I want to recognise all the progress that’s happening, in addition to SATs.

Our mission to drive continuous improvement in our schools continues and we’re ambitious to improve even more in the coming year.”

 

 

Interim SAT results indicate strong performance for Southampton students

Labour Councilor Darren Paffey, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, reacted to the strong performance of Southampton schools for year six SATs results: “It’s great to see such strong improvement...

Campaigning will restart as normal tomorrow, with the first door knocking session taking place in Test at 10.30am.

Campaigning to restart tomorrow (Thursday 25 May)

Campaigning will restart as normal tomorrow, with the first door knocking session taking place in Test at 10.30am.

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