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Teacher pay scales 2015

If you’re on the outside looking in, you probably think that teaching is a part time job that involves playing with kids but that’s really not the case. Lesson planning, paperwork and office politics will also take up your time so this isn’t a job you can do for love. You’ll be happy to read that the teacher pay scales for 2015 are an improvement over those for the previous year.
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England and Wales

Teachers in England and Wales can expect to earn the following amounts which depend on their experience and their qualifications. The pay scale for qualified teachers is determined by two factors. Firstly the scale point, which is rated 1 to 6, and the area of the country in which they teach. There are four bands for this: Band D for all areas outside of London, Band C for areas on the fringe of the capital, Band B for outer London areas and Band A for inner London.

Band D
  • 1 - £21, 588
  • 2 - £23,295
  • 3 - £25,168
  • 4 - £27,104
  • 5- £29,240
  • 6 – £31,552

Band A
  • 1 - £27,000
  • 2 - £28,408
  • 3 - £29,889
  • 4 - £31,446
  • 5- £33,865
  • 6 – £36,387

Band B
  • 1 - £25,117
  • 2 - £26,674
  • 3 - £28,325
  • 4 - £30,080
  • 5 - £32,630
  • 6 - £35,116

Band C
  • 1 - £22,626
  • 2 -£24,331
  • 3 - £26,203
  • 4 - £28,146
  • 5 - £30,278
  • 6 - £32,588

Teachers pay and conditions

If you would like to know a little more about the pay and conditions expected in teaching, why not check out tes.co.uk? This is the website for the Times Educational Supplement which has been at the forefront of education and teaching journalism since 1910. This is an authority on the subject of teaching and an unbiased voice so their site is an educational tool that teachers should make use of.

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