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Joint union response to Government proposals following the STRB's 27th Report

Along with ASCL, NAHT, NUT, UCAC and Voice, ATL has written to Justine Greening in response to Government proposals following the STRB's 27th Report on school teachers' pay.

The government must remove the pay cap for public sector workers

The School Teachers’ Review Body’s latest report has at last been published. The report warns the government that action must be taken on teachers’ pay to help reverse the crisis in teacher recruitment and retention.

Government publishes recommendations for teachers' pay

The government has now published the School Teachers’ Review Body (STRB) recommendations for teachers’ pay from September 2017.

ATL Durham TA members vote to reject council deal

Durham teaching assistant members of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) have rejected a proposed agreement from Durham County Council, after a long running dispute over loss of salary which would result in a move to term-time only contracts.

Teachers will be angered and children suffer with continued pay cap

Dr Mary Bousted, general secretary of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), comments on the news that most teachers will be held to a 1% pay cap for another year.

ATL comment on pay for education staff and pupil numbers

Dr Mary Bousted, general secretary Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), commented today ahead of the vote on an amendment to the Queen’s Speech on lifting the public sector pay cap.

Threshold and the upper pay scale

This factsheet is designed to help you understand threshold and upper pay scale progression, with answers to many common queries on when and how to apply.
Information about teachers' pay including, pay scales, pay progression, pay negotiations, appraisals and pay factsheets.
Emergency motion #2
Tue, 2017
  • Northern Ireland

THAT Conference notes with concern the decision of the Northern Ireland Education Minister of 12th October 2016 to impose a teachers’ pay settlement of 0% for 2015-16 and 1% for 2016-17.

Motion #10
Mon, 2017

THAT Conference notes the amendment to the Wales Bill, which has now become the Wales Act 2017, which will see teachers’ pay and conditions devolved to the Welsh Government.