A teacher and a student in Bristol
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Spending Review: One school's reaction to education cuts

Schools in England are to get a real-terms increase in funding, George Osborne has said.

The schools budget will rise from £35bn to £39bn for the next four years.

There will be a 60% cut in capital spending and Educational Maintenance Allowances - paid to encourage 16-to-18 year-olds to stay in education - are being scrapped.

The BBC's Chris Buckler visits a school in Bristol to gauge their reaction the government's Spending Review.

  • 20 Oct 2010