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STPCD 2019/20 now published

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by strawbs, Sep 21, 2019.

  1. strawbs

    strawbs Established commenter

  2. studentfairy

    studentfairy New commenter

    So what does this mean - do schools now have to pay us according to this? What about our pay from this month? And what if our school doesn't update the pay? Does anyone know?
     
  3. strawbs

    strawbs Established commenter

    Maintained schools have to follow STPCD; academies do not, but many do.
    Only the min/max points are mandatory - there is no set scale in between, although many schools still use the union recommended points for M1-M6 and U1-U3 - see https://www.nasuwt.org.uk/advice/pay-pensions/pay-scales.html
    You will need to see your school's pay policy to see what they do - perhaps also speak to your rep.
    For the majority of schools the late conformation of the pay ranges will mean teachers will not get the rise in the end of Sept pay packet, but from Maybe Oct. Rises will be backdated, so in the first instance you will get more than the correct amount, then it will settle from the next month to the correct figure
     
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  4. DrJay

    DrJay Occasional commenter

    Your September pay would have been prepared and waiting to clear into your bank account right now. Some schools would perform annual review by around October mid term, taking into account last year’s performance (e.g. GCSE and A-Level results, etc.) Review outcomes are subsequently communicated in writing and payment adjustments made in November, backdated to 01 September.
     
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  5. shevington

    shevington Occasional commenter

    In the good old days of National Pay Awards . I have received back pay six months late !
     
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  6. Piranha

    Piranha Star commenter

    This just gives the maxima and minima, so they only have to make sure you get the new minimum for your scale. However, I would hope most schools will give the rise to everybody.
     

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