Annal Nayyar reports on School Teachers’ Review Body – Twenty-Fourth Report – 2014

The Secretary of State for Education (Michael Gove):  The 24th report of the School Teachers’ Review Body (STRB) is being published today, responding to the remit I issued in October 2013.  The report contains recommendations on how to apply the pay award for teachers that is due to be implemented from September 2014. Subject to the views of consultees, I intend to accept the STRB’s recommendations in full.

The STRB has recommended a 1% uplift of the national framework for teachers’ pay from September 2014.  The uplift will be applied to the minima and maxima of all the pay ranges and allowances in the national pay framework, including the:

  • Unqualified teachers’ pay range;
  • Main pay range;
  • Upper pay range;
  • Leading Practitioner pay range;
  • Leadership pay range;
  • Headteacher groups;
  • Teaching and Learning Responsibility (TLR) allowance pay ranges;
  • Special Educational Needs (SEN) allowance pay range.

The STRB has also recommended that those teachers and school leaders who currently sit on the maxima of the pay ranges should receive a 1% uplift.  For all teachers who are paid other than on the minima and maxima the STRB has recommended that schools should determine locally how to take account of the uplift.

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