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Teachers' Salaries

Volume 173: debated on Tuesday 5 June 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will list the full salary scale for teachers.

The School Teachers' Pay and Conditions Order 1990, a draft of which is presently before Parliament, will give effect to the recommendations of the interim advisory committee on teachers' pay in 1990–91. When those recommendations are fully implemented, from 1 January 1991, teachers' salary scales will be as follows:

Standard scale (all qualified teachers other than heads and deputies)
Incremental pointSalary1 (£)
19,000
29,501
310,002
410,503
511,004
611,754
712,504
813,254
914,004
1015,003
1116,002
Discretionary Inner London Pay Supplement—£750
Incentive allowances (available to qualified teachers other than heads and deputies)
RaleAmount
(£)
A927
B1,500
C3,000
D4,002
E5,502

London Allowances (all teachers) from 1 July 1989

Rate

Amount

(£)

Inner1,500
Outer984
Fringe384

1The values of incremental points 1–10 can be enhanced by £249, £501, £750 or £999, subject to the value of the next point being reached, and local education authorities can introduce extended local scales up to a maximum of £18,000.

School group

Head teachers1 Range

Deputy Heads2 Range

£

£

118,900–21,90018,300–19,800
2 1(S)20,400–24,00018,600–20,400
3 2(S)222,500–26,80219,200–21,300
4 3(S)25,200–30,60020,400–23,400
5 4(S)28,602–35,10022,500–25,602
632,301–40,00224,801–29,100

1A new system of range pay for heads and deputies will be introduced from 1 January 1991. Assimilation of existing heads and deputies onto the new salary structure will be dependent on their old spot salary. Thereafter the positioning of heads and deputies within the range applicable to their school will be determined by their local education authority or school governing body.