Take a few minutes to read through our latest guidance, so you can keep up to date with the latest changes to annual benefit statements, applications for benefits, pensions’ increases, re-employment following collection of benefits and contribution levels.
This advice summarises the provisions of the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) in relation to applications from the Main Pay Range (MPR) to the Upper Pay Range (UPR).
The Special Educational Needs (SEN) allowance (see paragraph 21 of section 2 and paragraphs 55 to 59 of section 3 in the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document 2015) changed some years ago and there’s now no ability for a governing body to award a discretionary payment. This advice identifies what a governing body must award.
This advice seeks to clarify the difference between classroom teachers on the Main Pay Range (MPR) and Upper Pay Range (UPR) in maintained schools, or for those teachers who have the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) incorporated into their contracts.
This advice deals with equalities issues and performance-related pay progression.
This advice discusses the issues of pay on appointment and pay portability.
This advice summarises the changes to assistant head teachers’ pay brought in by the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) 2014, and includes information on setting a pay range, pay differentials, additional payments and performance-related pay progression.
It’ll help you to ask the right questions and elicit sufficient information, so you have an understanding of the pay and conditions under which you’ll be employed.
If you’re undertaking service provision work outside of your school, find out whether you’re eligible for additional payments and aim to be clear about the wider financial arrangements.
You’ve either been informed by the appraiser of their recommendation on your pay, or you’ve received written notification about what pay award you have or haven’t received and you don’t agree with the outcome. What do you do next?
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