Rates of pay are determined by several factors. They will vary according to the length and nature of the position you accept, the level of your experience and the location in which you want to teach. Pay rates reflect the costs of living in the location you are placed.
Generally rates of pay will be higher if you accept a longer term position than if you are doing daily supply teaching. For those Teachers seeking long term work, there are two ways by which you can be paid.
By Teachers UK - You will be required to submit a weekly time sheet to Teachers UK as you will be employed by Teachers UK. Your first pay will be deposited into your bank account two weeks after you start work, and will continue on a weekly basis. Holiday and sick pay are included in your daily rate. Teachers UK's pay rates
are based on your level of experience, and the location of the teaching position.
They are constantly reviewed in order to remain competitive.
By the school - In this instance, we will negotiate a salary with the school and they will pay you directly. Your pay will be based on an annual salary and will be paid in monthly instalments for the duration of the position. Payment will usually occur at the end of a calendar month, one month in arrears. All teachers being placed on work permits will be paid by this method.
Unless you have a UK tax exemption, it is a legal requirement that both Income Tax and National Insurance be deducted from your pay. Your after tax salary will depend on your personal circumstances. For more information visit the HM Revenue & Customs website at www.hmrc.gov.uk.
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