In an article for Leeds Live News, Chris Dyson author of Parklands: A school built on love, warns of a "winter of discontent" for pupils and parents amid figures that show three in five teachers are providing struggling pupils food and clothes.
He claims that teachers and teaching unions have issued the warnings and called on the government for greater support as the cost of living hits vulnerable kids.
Chris Dyson, head of Parklands primary school in Leeds, warned that the situation will worsen as bills rocket from October, saying: “It’s going to be unprecedented, a real winter of discontent.
“I can’t see a shining light or a way out without firm government action. They’ve been talking about it since March but still no action."
You can read Chris's article in full here.
To learn more about Chris's book Parklands: A school built on love, look here