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Volume 884: debated on Thursday 23 January 1975

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asked the Minister for the Civil Service what are the salary scales respectively for psychologists employed in the Civil Service and for educational psychologists employed by local authorities.

, pursuant to his reply [Official Report, 25th June 1974; Vol. 875, c. 412], gave the following revised information:The Civil Service Psychologist class consists of four grades:

Senior Principal Psychologist:
£6,300–£7,280 (4 scale points)
Principal Psychologist:
£4,360–£5,775 (8 scale points)
Senior Psychologist:
£3,331–£4,162 (6 scale points)
£1,819–£2,953 (11 scale points)

The salaries of educational psychologists employed by local authorities are taken from one of two ranges:

Range A, £2,568–£3,831—17 scale points; and Range B, £3,555—£5,280—18 scale points

The scale for an individual officer consists of seven scale points determined by the local education authority.