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SENCO nearly earning as much as deputy? What should the difference be?

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by BrainJim, May 8, 2011.

  1. SENCO is UP3 plus 2 SEN points
    deputy is in L5
    A difference of a few hundred quid. What is the differential in your school?
    Doesn't seem right
     
  2. dusty67

    dusty67 New commenter

    I think that as long as there is a difference there is no minimum. Either that or it should the equivalent of one clear point on the leadership scale e.g if the SENCO's pay was more than L4 the deputy would need to be on L6.

    Not very helpful, but look at the STPCD document and you'll find the correct answer.
     
  3. If you are fed up with UPS not meaning anything I totally agree. The gap between UPS and leadership scale is small and gap between main scale & UPS too wide and unjustifiably so. Here would be a good Govial saving- scrap UPS.
     

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