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Latest pay advice from the NEU, with particular reference to local officers

The Government has sought to undermine the national pay system by ending fixed pay scales, imposing PRP on all teachers and giving schools ever-increasing powers over pay. The NUT believes that all of this will create much greater inequality and discrimination in teachers’ pay. The Union continues to work to ensure that school pay policies are fair, transparent and protect teachers’ pay entitlements. Advice and guidance to this effect is set out below. There is also a suite of documents on teachers’ pay in the Self-Help A-Z section of the website.

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Joint union pay scales

Joint union pay scales

The joint union pay scales show the impact of the proposed uplift to the teachers’ pay ranges for 2018-19, when applied to the individual pay points on those ranges recommended in our joint advice for 2017-18. Further guidance on pay for 2018-19 will be published in due course.

Joint union response on teachers’ pay

Joint union response on teachers’ pay

Three education unions today welcomed the announcement of a 3.5% pay increase for classroom teachers on the main pay range and the Department for Education’s commitment to funding part of this pay award. This shows that the penny may have dropped in terms of the government recognising the scale of the teacher recruitment and retention crisis. However a a number of concerns have been expressed. Read the joint union response.

NEU submission to the School Teachers Review Body

NEU submission to the School Teachers Review Body

Read the  NEU’s evidence and supplementary evidence to the School Teachers’ Review Body (STRB) for its review of teachers’ pay from September 2018.  These submissions set out the NEU’s case for a substantial pay increase for all teachers, beginning with an immediate 5% across the board increase for all teachers which should be fully funded by the Government.

This NEU report sets out the findings of our survey of NEU members on pay for September 2017, including the annual cost of living pay increase and pay progression for school teachers in all sectors and phases.

NEU Pay Progression Toolkit

The NEU pay progression toolkit is a set of nine advice documents for NEU members and NEU representatives intended to help teachers secure pay progression, by taking collective action to resist pay policies which would reduce rates of pay progression or by pursuing and winning appeals against decisions that individual teachers should not progress.

Pay Progression in 2017: NEU Survey Report, February 2018

Pay Progression in 2017: NEU Survey Report, February 2018

This NEU member survey report sets out the results of the 2017 annual survey of NEU members in schools and academies on pay progression and other related pay issues for September 2017. It investigates pay progression decisions for September 2017 and teachers’ views on the impact and fairness of the new performance related pay framework. This survey attracted 13,000 responses making it the largest available survey on pay progression.

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