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Teachers' pay from September 2011

Article | Published 20 July, 2010

A guide to teacher pay scales from September 2011 in England, Wales and Scotland

(Unchanged from 2010)

Classroom teachers’ pay

 

Leadership pay scales

 

Part time pay

 

Supply teacher pay

 

How to increase your pay


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  • Does anybody know what the hourly rate is for a secondary teacher (not as a supply teacher however) on M3?

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    14:47
    4 November, 2010

    Amna

  • Can we have a calcultor that calculates our lump suma and monthly pension payment at our desired retirement age?

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    10:58
    30 June, 2011

    skhanal

  • does a masters qualification add anything to your salary?

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    20:10
    26 September, 2011

    lisafp

  • To lisafp
    I have a masters in my field and so does a friend of mine. Neither of us got higher than M1 as an NQT (we teach in different counties). When I questioned this, they said it was one of the reasons I got the job, but doesn't mean I get a higher salary. Might depend on the school though, and not sure if doing a masters mid-way through teaching will alter it. Hope this helps in some way!

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    12:23
    5 October, 2011

    MissJoC

  • To Lisafp

    In most schools I suspect that this is now seen as professional development and therefore an integral part of being a teacher. You may get lucky and be in a school which will offer an enhancement (possibly based on being in an area of shortage or priority for the school) but it is likely that you will get no financial recognition for your efforts.

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    15:45
    14 October, 2011

    PoundStretcher

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