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The government must hand teachers and leaders a “double digit” pay rise next year, the country’s largest headteachers’ union has said.

The National Association of Head Teachers, which mostly represents primary leaders, has published its evidence to the School Teachers’ Review Body.

In it, the organisation called for an increase above the CPI inflation rate for June 2023, which was 7.3 per cent.

They also want an “additional element to begin restoration of the real terms value of teachers’ and school leaders’ pay against losses caused by below inflation uplifts since 2010”.

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