Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Some interesting statistics from the School Teachers’ Review Body-
· 220 secondary heads now earn over £100,000 a year, including 70 out of 82 academy heads
· A third of secondary heads are in the top section of the pay scale and earn over £78,000 a year
· Average hours for secondary heads fell from 65.1 hours in 2000 to 57.6 hours – but still a job for insomniacs and workaholics
· In inner London 45% of teachers are in the first five years of their teaching career
· Half of teachers who were eligible to progress to the upper pay scale (UPS) didn’t apply
· 30,000 fewer teachers received teacher and learning responsibility payments (TLRs) than held management allowances
So congratulations are in order for that government poodle of a union the NAS that signed the agreement scrapping management allowances. Doubtless this will now appear in their next recruitment leaflet.
JOIN THE NAS – WE NEGOTIATED WAGE CUTS FOR 30,000 TEACHERS!!