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threhold m6 to u1

Discussion in 'Professional development' started by wiz26, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. Can anyone help me? I applied for u1 in July 2010 and it was accepted by the headteacher. However I am currently on maternity leave and there has been no sign of any pay increase! This obviously means the headteacher hasn't sorted it out. However, recently the headteacher left and has been replaced. I would like to know where I stand. I am going to approach the new headteacher to see if they can sort it out although have a feeling they will say no! I can't prove that my application was accepted and am worried that I will now have to start my PM again and continue on M6 for a bit longer. Any advice please?
     

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