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London salary weighting for teachers: does it make economic sense?

London - London salary weighting for teachers: does it make economic sense?

Teaching in London will be a rewarding and unique opportunity for many teachers. With the draws of living and working in a world capital, great schools and the added reassurance of salary weighting, is it a no-brainer for those eager to have a long-term career in teaching? 

Are MATs testing the waters with employment contracts?

employment contract - Are MATs testing the waters with employment contracts?

There’s been a number of news stories recently where some multi-academy trusts (MATs) have been testing employment changes to teachers’ pay and working conditions. These changes have looked at seeking changes to notice periods, sick pay, parental leave and probation.

How long do teachers need to save for a house deposit?

model house keys - How long do teachers need to save for a house deposit?

How long would it take for a teacher at the beginning of their career to save for a house deposit in England? I thought it would be an interesting experiment to calculate how long it would take for the ‘average teacher’ to save towards a house deposit for the ‘average’ house price in England.