Teachers' pay scales for England
Part-time teachers employed under the terms of the STPCD are entitled to be paid on a pro rata basis of the pay rate they would receive if employed full-time in the same post.
Teachers' pay and working conditions in sixth form colleges are decided in negotiations with the Sixth Form Colleges’ Association.
Independent schools are not statutorily required to follow the national school teacher pay provisions but many use them as a benchmark. If you are considering working in an independent school, seek clear information about its pay policy and pay scales for teachers.
NEU has entered negotiations with the AoC and It was deeply disappointing that the employers did not offer a pay increase.
Most support staff are employed on the local government pay scales determined by the NJC for local government services.
The daily rates for supply teachers employed by local authorities or schools at each STPCD pay scale point
Unqualified teachers must be paid on the unqualified teachers’ pay range, unless they are on one of the employment-based routes into teaching when schools have the discretion to pay them on the same basis as qualified teachers. They may also be paid additional responsibility allowances for which there are no prescribed values.
Pay and conditions for teachers covered by the JNCTRE (Joint Negotiating Committee for Teachers in Residential Establishments) agreement are aligned with those for mainstream school teachers, as set out in the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Documents’ (STPCD) STPCD England, STPC(W)D Wales and Burgundy Book, other than where separate provisions have been agreed by the JNCTRE.
Pay in academies
Academies are not statutorily required to follow the national schoolteacher pay provisions. Most academies do so but, if you are considering working in an academy, seek clear information about its pay policy and pay scales for teachers.