Chancellor Sajid Javid has announced that the government’s extra spending on education will include £66 million for early years.

Announcing the spending review today, Mr Javid reaffirmed the government’s extra funding commitment for schools, which he said amounted to an increase of £7.1 billion by 2022-23 compared with this year.

As already outlined by the prime minister, and education secretary Gavin Williamson, he said there was more money to increase teacher starting salaries to £30K as well as further money to cover the rise in teacher’s pensions contributions which schools must pay,and £700 million for SEND.

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Reference: Tes

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