Teachers Pay 2019-2020 – what governors need to know

Teachers Pay 2019-2020 – what governors need to know

Consultant: Steve BarkerDate posted: July 2019

In late July, the Department for Education (DfE) announced that teachers’ pay will increase by 2.7%, for the academic year starting in September 2019. This above-inflation award follows a recommendation from the School Teachers’ Review Body, which has been accepted by the Secretary of State.

The DfE has also announced that the increase will be supported by an additional £105 million to be paid through the Teachers’ Pay Grant, established in 2018.

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