Pay for teachers in the UK is determined by the School Teachers Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) which is legally binding in all local authority maintained schools. For classroom teachers (that is, someone who is not a head teacher, assistant head teacher, or leading practitioner) you will be paid on either the Main Pay Range or the Upper Pay Range.
On average, Primary school teachers in the UK are paid £25,777, however, this varies depending on ‘Pay Scale’ and location. You can see a breakdown of all teachers’ pay ranges for 2019 2020 here, which are broken down in Rest of England and Wales, Inner London, Outer London and London Fringe.
If a teacher takes on Teaching and Learning Responsibilities as part of their role, they can make an extra £2,683 annually, and a teacher who qualifies for SEN allowances can make an extra £4,242 a year.
You can download all pay scale information on the NASUWT website here.
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