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cost of living rise

Discussion in 'Teaching assistants' started by abaco, May 6, 2011.

  1. New to this forum so apologies if this has been mentioned before
    Are there any Ta's out there who have had a cost of living rise for 2010-11? I work at an independent school (primary) and whenever asked the head always says it is a government decision and one that hasn't been made. Feel annoyed that we have missed out on a years rise- only slight I know but still!
    I have tried to search for advice on the net but don't know where to start.
    Thank you for your time
     
  2. Not only have I been told my pay is frozen but the amount paid for my post has been reduced by 5% per year until it reaches the new rate which is £800 p.a. lower than I was receiving in 2005. Am I not worth the pay I was receiving? I worked hard to obtain the qualifications I have and the level of pay I was getting...
     

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