Improving School Funding

As part of my campaign for improved funding for our local schools, I recently attended a meeting with Damian Hinds MP, the Secretary of State for Education, with other local MPs, Esther McVey and Antoinette Sandbach, at Wilmslow High School. 

The Secretary of State is determined to secure additional funding in the upcoming spending review. I strongly support his aims and will continue to actively work with other local MPs to help make further progress on this important issue for local pupils and their families. 


MP Welcomes Sixth Formers To Parliament

Once again, local MP, David Rutley welcomed sixth form students from Macclesfield to Parliament for the annual Parliamentary Induction Day, giving them the chance to experience how Westminster works and learn more about our democratic processes.

The King’s School Welcomes MP To Question Time

At a politics class at The King's School in Macclesfield, students had the opportunity to hear from local MP, David Rutley, for the first time since the pandemic started, when he was invited to visit the school to talk about his account of Westminster life and current affairs.

Macclesfield College To Be Part Of £13m Institute of Technology Investment

Macclesfield College is set to benefit from significant investment after a collaborative bid with Cheshire College South and West, Warrington and Vale Royal College, Reaseheath College, the University of Chester and Priestley College has successfully secured £13m funding to develop an Institute o

UK Parliament Week Comes To Vernon Primary School

Local MP, David Rutley, visited Vernon Primary School in Poynton on ‘Bonfire Night’. But it wasn’t just Guy Fawkes that was on the agenda, as the School has been participating in the well-established, and highly popular, UK Parliament Week.