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School staff handbook

Your school staff handbook can be very useful to look over when you encounter employment issues in your role. It will include lots of useful information on working at your school and the various rules which should be followed.

Teacher assessed grades appeals

Overview Teacher assessed grades appeals will be a cause for concern for teachers and schools this year. Already there are reports of parents contacting lawyers about how to appeal against their children’s grades. Schools Week explains that students can request that their school reviews their teacher assessment grade for procedural problems or administrative errors. If…

PPA time

PPA time (planning, preparation and assessment) is a phrase which all teachers will be familiar with. Catching up with lesson planning and assessment is a vital part of a teacher’s role.

Gained time

Gained time is a term you may have heard in relation to when your exam classes are on study leave or taking exams. The term was explicitly referred to last in the 2013 School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD)

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Headteachers pay

If you work in a maintained school in England, you will be paid accordingly to nationally agreed pay scale, as outlined in the STPCD. If you work in an academy, free school or independent school, your pay will be set according to your school’s pay policy.