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Creative subjects are being cut back on at secondary level.

Creative subjects are being cut back on at secondary level.

Creative arts subjects are being cut back in many secondary schools in England, a BBC survey suggests. 

More than 1,200 schools provided information - over 40% of secondary schools.

Of the schools that responded, nine in every 10 said they had cut back on lesson time, staff or facilities in at least one creative arts subject. 

The government says increasing teaching of academic subjects is a priority - though not at the expense of arts.

Read more from the BBC survey.

 

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