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- Accessing the upper pay range: criteria to meet
- Advanced skills teacher (AST): pay on returning to be a classroom teacher
- Calculating a teacher's daily rate of pay
- Calculating the salary of the highest paid classroom teacher
- Can a teacher’s pay be reduced?
- Changes to teachers' pay: DfE position on the NASUWT/NUT pay policy
- Changes to teachers’ pay from September 2013
- Chartered London Teacher status
- Consulting on changes to the teachers' pay policy
- Consulting with unions: part of a school's pay policy?
- Determining teachers’ pay on appointment
- Model pay policies: comparison of DfE and NASUWT/NUT policies
- Overview of the STRB’s 23rd report
- Pay and conditions for part-time teachers
- Pay award for teachers 2013 and 2014
- Pay statements for teachers
- Reporting on teachers’ pay and performance to the governing body
- Returning to teaching after a long career break: pay
- Role of a leading practitioner updated
- Salary safeguarding: who pays the safeguarded sum?
- STPCD 2012 and STPCD 2013: summary of differences
- Teacher pay progression: budget constraints
- Teachers' pay: salary calculators
- Upper pay range (UPR) from September 2013: application forms updated
- Upper pay range (UPR): asking to return to the main range
- Upper pay range (UPR): eligibility for application
- Upper pay range (UPR): eligibility of part-time teachers
- Upper pay range (UPR): progression while on maternity leave
- Upper pay range applications: role of the governing body
- Upper pay range: can an NQT apply?
- Upper pay range: decision letters to applicants
- Upper pay scale (UPS) and upper pay range (UPR): payment start dates
- Leadership group pay and progression
- Pay for additional responsibilities
- Performance-related pay for teachers
- Support staff pay and progression
Upper pay range (UPR): asking to return to the main range
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