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Hourly rate for running club?

Discussion in 'Independent' started by katbag, Mar 22, 2016.

  1. katbag

    katbag New commenter

    Hi, I am a qualified teacher in the state sector but I have been approached by an independent school to run a pre prep language club . Any idea what I should be charging as an hourly rate?

  2. Star_Teacher

    Star_Teacher New commenter

    I take it your subject specialism is MFL?

    It goes back to simply what are you prepared to accept and what are they prepared to pay. If you are expected to plan and deliver sessions then don't sell yourself short as a subject specialist. You could find out your salary on a per hour basis (by this I mean contracted hours). So take your yearly salary, divide it by your contracted days (196?) and then by the number of hours you are contracted to work a day (6?).

    Alternatively you could charge the rate of a tutor, which is probably about 20-25 pounds an hour on average.

    Think about how much time and effort it will take out of your day. Like most teachers I have very little spare time to spend with my family let alone more work! So personally, for example, I would charge maybe double the average tutor rate for my time as I don't have a lot of it, but if you have the time then 20-25 pounds could be an extra bit of spending money when you're on a well deserved holiday!
    newlittleindie and sabrinakat like this.
  3. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

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