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transition from independent to state

Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by LFares, May 29, 2012.

  1. LFares

    LFares New commenter

    I have been working in a private independent for almost 4 years now and am thinking of applying
    for a post in a state school. As the school I am currently in does not
    use the main teacher pay scale, would I be started at M1 and have to
    work my way up or would I start higher due to the experience I have?
     
  2. LFares

    LFares New commenter

    I have been working in a private independent for almost 4 years now and am thinking of applying
    for a post in a state school. As the school I am currently in does not
    use the main teacher pay scale, would I be started at M1 and have to
    work my way up or would I start higher due to the experience I have?
     
  3. Piranha

    Piranha Star commenter

    It is up to the school. You can try for M2, but I doubt if you will get it in the current environment. To look on the bright side, an experienced teacher on M1 is an attractive proposition for a school which is strapped for cash.
     

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