Teacher pay deal will trigger redundancies

According to Tes despairing’ headteachers will have to make staff redundant in September because the government failed to fully fund the teacher pay rise, a union has warned.

Now, Geoff Barton, general secretary of the ASCL, has said school leaders are already telling him they will have to make people redundant as a result.

He told Tes: “I have had a flurry of emails this morning from people who are genuinely in some cases in despair.

“[They are] saying ‘this can only result in me making some staff redundant or at least shortening the hours of some support staff’.

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