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Head Teachers

Volume 171: debated on Friday 27 April 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Science what provision he is making when determining the pay and conditions of head teachers for 1990–91 for those head teachers of small rural schools who teach a full timetable, but who also need time to assimilate new Government initiatives, particularly those associated with the implementation of the national curriculum.

The pay of head teachers will increase by between 9·9 per cent. and 10·9 per cent. as a result of the implementation of the recommendations contained in the third report of the interim advisory committee on school teachers' pay and conditions.