DfE agrees 2.75% pay rise for all teachers

According to Tes the announcement means the DfE is accepting the advice from the School Teachers’ Review Body (STRB), which advises it on teachers’ pay.

In a statement to Parliament, education secretary Damian Hinds said: “This year I have decided to accept in full the STRB’s recommendations for a 2.75 per cent uplift to the minima and maxima of all pay ranges and allowances.”

Today, Mr Hinds said that schools would have to fund the first 2 per cent of today’s award, and the DfE would fund the extra 0.75 per cent.

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