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Moving from an Unqualified teacher to a qualified teacher statsu- does my pay change midyear?

Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by jubilee, Jan 1, 2011.

  1. jubilee

    jubilee Star commenter

    Once you have QTS they have to start paying you on the qualified M scale immediately, at least at the pay point that is just above what you are currently earning.
    That means that the school can get away with starting you on M1( £21588 for England and Wales, £22626 for the London Fringe Area, £25117 for Outer London and £27000 for Inner London).
    You can ask for them to consider your qualified experience outside the UK when placing you on the Main payscale but they don't have to pay you more than M1.
     
  2. Thanks- do you know when you are supposed to move up the spine points. Iwas paid on point 4 last year as an unqualified teacher and then on point 4 again this year.


     

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