There are no national pay rates for support staff employed in the state sector. Most LEA schools use the local government pay scales to pay their support staff in conjunction with National Joint Council (NJC) terms and conditions.
This page displays the most recent pay scales for sixth form colleges in England and Wales, from January 2017.
Pay scales and allowances for teachers in Scotland at September 2016.
Teachers and lecturers' salaries are normally taxed under the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) scheme, through which your employer deducts tax from your salary in line with a code from HM Revenue & Customs.
On the 1st April 2015 the TPS is changing. It will be both a final salary scheme and a Career Average Revalued Earnings (CARE) scheme.
Below is the current six point 'associate' teacher scale for England and Wales, and recommended pay levels.
This page has details about pay negotiations for support staff.
Most schools use the local government pay scales to pay their support staff in conjunction with National Joint Council (NJC) terms and conditions.
Please note, there are new spine points from April 2019. Use the table to see how the old spine point corresponds with the new.
Pay scales and allowances for teachers in Northern Ireland.
The member contribution bands are updated each April, although the percentage rates themselves change less frequently. Please see the table below to check your current rate.