Pay scales

EHCC

EHCC - 2018

EHCC Salary ranges: April 2018

The new 2018 EHCC pay scales have been agreed as set out below.

Step A B C D E F
5 18,794 22,785 28,226 36,139
4 18,408 22,121 27,406 35,090
3 16,647 17,148 17,973 21,479 26,607 34,067
2 16,539 16,979 17,541 20,854 25,833 33,073
1 16,395 16,905 17,224 20,245 25,080 32,109
Step G H I J K
5 44,631 52,024 61,259 77,054 89,203
4 43,333 50,512 59,472 74,808 86,605
3 42,069 49,040 57,740 72,630 84,083
2 40,842 47,611 56,057 70,512 81,632
1 39,655 46,225 54,426 68,459 79,254

There may be some small variances between some of the published annual salaries and employees actual salaries as a result of rounding, following the application of any pay award.

EHCC hourly rates

Hourly rates for casual workers are from 1 June 2018.

Please note:

  • IBC will apply 12.07% to the hourly rates below, to reflect rolled up holiday pay
  • These values take into account the 2018 pay award, and apply with effect from 1 June 2018

Grade A

Step FTE Annual Salary Hourly Rate
3 16,647 8.63
2 16,539 8.57
1 16,395 8.50

Grade B

Step FTE Annual Salary Hourly Rate
3 17,148 8.89
2 16,979 8.80
1 16,905 8.76

Grade C

Step FTE Annual Salary Hourly Rate
5 18,794 9.74
4 18,408 9.54
3 17,973 9.32
2 17,541 9.09
1 17,224 8.93

Grade D

Step FTE Annual Salary Hourly Rate
5 22,785 11.81
4 22,121 11.47
3 21,479 11.13
2 20,854 10.81
1 20,245 10.49

Grade E

Step FTE Annual Salary Hourly Rate
5 28,226 14.63
4 27,406 14.21
3 26,607 13.79
2 25,833 13.39
1 25,080 13.00

Grade F

Step FTE Annual Salary Hourly Rate
5 36,139 18.73
4 35,090 18.19
3 34,067 17.66
2 33,073 17.14
1 32,109 16.64

Grade G

Step FTE Annual Salary Hourly Rate
5 44,631 23.13
4 43,333 22.46
3 42,069 21.81
2 40,842 21.17
1 39,665 20.55

Grade H

Step FTE Annual Salary Hourly Rate
5 52,024 26.97
4 50,512 26.18
3 49,040 25.42
2 47,611 24.68
1 46,225 23.96

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Soulbury

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Appendix 1 EIMP's Pay Spine: Educational Improvement Professionals (EIPs)

Spine point 01.09.18 01.09.19
1 34,749 35,444
2 35,993 36,713
3 37,168 37,912
4 38,359 39,127
5 39,543 40,334
6 40,727 41,542
7 41,971 42,811
8 43,168* 44,032*
9 44,563 45,455
10 45,807 46,724
11 47,035 47,976
12 48,223 49,188
13 49569** 50561**
14 50,769 51,785
15 52,095 53,137
16 53,293 54,359
17 54,495 55,585
18 55,674 56,788
19 56,891 58,029
20 57,519*** 58,670***
21 58,727 59,902
22 59,780 60,976
23 60,939 62,158
24 61,978 63,218
25 63,089 64,351
26 64,173 65,457
27 65,282 66,588
28 66,405 67,734
29 67,532 68,883
30 68,656 70,030
31 69,771 71,167
32 70,903 72,322
33 72,036 73,477
34 73,197 74,661
35 74,353 75,841
36 75,544 77,055
37 76,715 78,250
38 77,899
79,457
39 79,066 80,648
40 80,233 81,838
41 81,406 83,035
42 82,578 84,230
43 83,749 85,424
44 84,925 86,624
45 86,099 87,821
46 87,274 89,020
47 88,454 90,224
48 89,623**** 91,416****
49 90,797**** 92,613****
50 91,972**** 93,812****
  • Salary scales to consist of not more than four consecutive points, based on the duties and responsibilities attaching to posts and the need to recruit and motivate staff.
  • * Normal minimum point for EIP undertaking the full range of duties at this level.
  • ** Normal minimum point for senior EIP undertaking the full range of duties at this level.
  • *** Normal minimum point for leading EIP undertaking the full range of duties at this level.
  • **** Extension to range to accommodate structured professional assessments.

Notes:

The minimum Youth and Community Service Officers' scale is 4 points.

Other salary scales to consist of not more than four consecutive points based on duties and responsibilities attaching to posts and the need to recruit retain and motivate staff.

*normal minimum point for senior youth and community service officers undertaking the full range of duties at this level (see paragraph 5.6 of the Soulbury Report).

**normal minimum point for principal youth and community service officer undertaking the full range of duties at this level (see paragraph 5.8 of the Soulbury Report).

***extension to range to accommodate discretionary scale points and structured professional assessments.

London area payments

With effect from 1 September 2016 and 1 September 2017 staff in the London area shall receive the following:

(a) at the rate of £3,027 (2016) and £3,057 (2017) per annum to officers serving in the Inner area.

(b) at the £1,996 (2016) and £2,016 (2017) per annum to officers serving in the Outer area.

(c) at the rate of £771 (2016) and £779 (2017) per annum to officers serving in the Fringe area.

(d) officers normally serving in the London area but temporarily employed elsewhere shall continue to receive.

London area payments at the rate appropriate to their normal area of employment.

(e) in the case of an officer required to serve in different parts of the London areas, or partly outside that area, the officer shall be deemed to be serving in the area in which he is required to spend more than one half of his time.

(f) for the purpose of this paragraph –

The “Inner Area” means the area of the London Boroughs of: Camden, City of London, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith & Fulham, Islington, Kensington & Chelsea, Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth, Westminster (the former Inner London Education Authority), and the London Boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, Brent, Ealing, Haringey, Merton and Newham.

The “Outer Area” means Greater London, excluding the Inner area.

The “Fringe Area” means:

Berkshire: the districts of Bracknell, Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead. Buckinghamshire: the districts of Beaconsfield and Chiltern.

Essex: the districts of Basildon, Brentwood, Epping Forest, Harlow and Thurrock.

Hertfordshire: the districts of Broxbourne, Dacorum, East Hertfordshire, Hertsmere, St. Albans, Three Rivers, Watford and Welwyn Hatfield.

Kent: the districts of Dartford and Sevenoaks. Surrey: the whole County.

West Sussex: the district of Crawley.

The “London Area” comprises the Inner area, the Outer area and the Fringe area.

Teachers

Qualified Teachers Pay ranges

Pay ranges for qualified classroom teachers in Hampshire - 2018

Note: This guidance excludes:

  • leadership group members and Leading Practitioners in maintained schools and;
  • any teachers employed in academy schools unless that Academy school has adopted Hampshire’s pay framework

There are no statutory pay points for qualified teachers. The School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) requires local pay determination, providing it falls within the statutory minima and maxima defined in the STPCD.

The statutory minima and maxima are:

Main Pay Range

Minimum Maximum
£23,720 £35,008

Upper Pay Range

Minimum Maximum
£36,646 £39,406

Hampshire County Council, in consultation with relevant stakeholders, produce a model pay framework for adoption by maintained schools. This pay framework also applies to Hampshire’s teachers outside of schools. Where individual schools have adopted this framework, and for Hampshire teachers employed outside of schools, the framework is set out below. Hampshire schools and Hampshire teachers outside of schools must refer to their current Pay Policy and guidance regarding governance arrangements when implementing teachers’ pay.

Main Pay Range

Point Rate from 1 September 2018 £ pa
MPR 1 23,720
MPR 2 24,636
MPR 3 25,588
MPR 4 26,578
MPR 5 27,605
MPR 6 28,674
MPR 7 29,784
MPR 8 30,937
MPR 9 32,132
MPR 10 33,373
MPR 11 34,665
MPR 12 35,008

Upper Pay Range

Point Rate from 1 September 2018 £ pa
UPR 1 36,646
UPR 2 37,318
UPR 3 38,001
UPR 4 38,697
UPR 5 39,406

Where individual schools have adopted an alternative pay framework pay values may differ.

Head and Deputy

Headteachers, Deputy Headteachers and Assistant Headteachers - September 2018

There are no statutory pay points for leadership group teachers. The School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) requires local pay determination, providing it falls within the statutory minimum and maximum defined in the STPCD.

The statutory minimum and maximum:

Minimum Maximum
£39,965 £111,007

Leadership Pay in Schools

Hampshire County Council, in consultation with relevant stakeholders, have developed a model pay framework for adoption by maintained schools, which is set out below. Hampshire schools must refer to their current Pay Policy and guidance regarding governance arrangements when implementing teachers’ pay.

The pay of leadership group staff paid in accordance with the 2013 or previous School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Documents will be set in accordance with the 43 point range as detailed in Table 1 below. The values within this table reflect the values of the 43 points in the 2013 School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document as adjusted for subsequent pay awards.

Table 1: The 43 point Leadership Pay Range

Scale Pay Scale Pay Scale Pay Scale Pay
L1 £39,965 L12 £52,415 L23 £68,668 L34 £89,901
L2 £40,966 L13 £53,724 L24 £70,370 L35 £92,135
L3 £41,989 L14 £55,064 L25 £72,119 L36 £94,416
L4 £43,035 L15 £56,436 L26 £73,903 L37 £96,765
L5 £44,106 L16 £57,936 L27 £75,735 L38 £99,158
L6 £45,213 L17 £59,266 L28 £77,613 L39 £101,574
L7 £46,430 L18 £60,755 L29 £79,535 L40 £104,109
L8 £47,501 L19 £62,263 L30 £81,515 L41 £106,710
L9 £48,687 L20 £63,807 L31 £83,528 L42 £109,383
L10 £49,937 L21 £65,384 L32 £85,606 L43 £111,007
L11 £51,234 L22 £67,009 L33 £87,732

The pay of teachers paid in accordance with the 2014 or later School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Documents will be set in accordance with the 85 point range as detailed in Table 2 below.

Table 2: The 85 point Leadership Pay Range

Scale Pay Scale Pay Scale Pay
LDR1 £39,965 LDR30 £57,185 LDR59 £81,515
LDR2 £40,466 LDR31 £57,936 LDR60 £82,522
LDR3 £40,966 LDR32 £58,599 LDR61 £83,528
LDR4 £41,477 LDR33 £59,266 LDR62 £84,566
LDR5 £41,989 LDR34 £60,011 LDR63 £85,606
LDR6 £42,513 LDR35 £60,755 LDR64 £86,669
LDR7 £43,035 LDR36 £61,509 LDR65 £87,732
LDR8 £43,571 LDR37 £62,263 LDR66 £88,817
LDR9 £44,106 LDR38 £63,033 LDR67 £89,901
LDR10 £44,659 LDR39 £63,807 LDR68 £91,019
LDR11 £45,213 LDR40 £64,595 LDR69 £92,135
LDR12 £45,821 LDR41 £65,384 LDR70 £93,277
LDR13 £46,430 LDR42 £66,197 LDR71 £94,416
LDR14 £46,967 LDR43 £67,009 LDR72 £95,592
LDR15 £47,501 LDR44 £67,839 LDR73 £96,765
LDR16 £48,095 LDR45 £68,668 LDR74 £97,961
LDR17 £48,687 LDR46 £69,520 LDR75 £99,158
LDR18 £49,313 LDR47 £70,370 LDR76 £100,367
LDR19 £49,937 LDR48 £71,245 LDR77 £101,574
LDR20 £50,585 LDR49 £72,119 LDR78 £102,842
LDR21 £51,234 LDR50 £73,014 LDR79 £104,109
LDR22 £51,824 LDR51 £73,903 LDR80 £105,411
LDR23 £52,415 LDR52 £74,819 LDR81 £106,710
LDR24 £53,070 LDR53 £75,735 LDR82 £108,047
LDR25 £53,724 LDR54 £76,674 LDR83 £109,383
LDR26 £54,394 LDR55 £77,613 LDR84 £110,751
LDR27 £55,064 LDR56 £78,574 LDR85 £111,007
LDR28 £55,749 LDR57 £79,535
LDR29 £56,436 LDR58 £80,526

Headteacher pay in schools

Headteachers will be paid within the minimum and maximum values defined within the STPCD. The pay of Headteachers paid under the 2013 or previous STPCD will be set in accordance with the 43 point range as detailed in Table 1, on a 7 point range determined by the Governing Body. Headteachers paid under the 2014 or later STPCD are paid in accordance with the 85 point range as detailed in Table 2, on a 13 point range determined by the Governing Body.

Deputy and Assistant Headteacher pay in schools

Deputy Headteachers and Assistant Headteachers will be paid within the minimum and maximum values defined within the STPCD. The pay of Deputy or Assistant Headteachers paid under the 2013 or earlier STPCD will be set in accordance with the 43 point range as detailed in Table 1, on a 5 point range determined by the Governing Body. Deputy or Assistant Headteachers paid under the 2014 or later STPCD are paid in accordance with the 85 point range as detailed in Table 2, on a 9 point range determined by the Governing Body.

2. Leadership Pay for Teachers outside of schools

Hampshire County Council, in consultation with relevant stakeholders, has developed a model pay framework for teachers outside of schools.

The 85 point Leadership Pay Range in Table 2 above also applies to Hampshire’s teachers outside of schools. Hampshire teachers outside of schools must refer to their current Pay Policy and guidance regarding governance arrangements when implementing teachers’ pay, including how to set the pay range for leadership posts.

Leading practitioner pay range

September 2018

There are no statutory pay points for Leading Practitioner teachers. The School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) requires local pay determination, providing it falls within the statutory minimum and maximum defined in the STPCD.

The statutory minimum and maximum:

Main Pay Range

Minimum Maximum
£40,162 £61,055

Hampshire County Council, in consultation with relevant stakeholders has developed a model pay framework for adoption by maintained schools. This pay framework also applies to Hampshire’s teachers outside of schools. Where individual schools have adopted this framework, and for Hampshire’s teachers employed outside of schools, Leading Practitioners will be paid on a 9 point range positioned within the framework 35 point pay range set out below. Hampshire schools and Hampshire teachers outside of schools must refer to their current Pay Policy and guidance regarding governance arrangements when implementing teachers’pay.

Scale Pay Scale Pay Scale Pay
LP 1 £40,162 LP 13 £46,562 LP 25 £53,979
LP 2 £40,660 LP 14 £47,141 LP 26 £54,649
LP 3 £41,164 LP 15 £47,725 LP 27 £55,326
LP 4 £41,675 LP 16 £48,316 LP 28 £56,011
LP 5 £42,192 LP 17 £48,915 LP 29 £56,705
LP 6 £42,715 LP 18 £49,520 LP 30 £57,408
LP 7 £43,244 LP 19 £50,135 LP 31 £58,120
LP 8 £43,780 LP 20 £50,755 LP 32 £58,840
LP 9 £44,323 LP 21 £51,384 LP 33 £59,570
LP 10 £44,873 LP 22 £52,020 LP 34 £60,308
LP 11 £45,428 LP 23 £52,667 LP 35 £61,055
LP 12 £45,993 LP 24 £53,319

Unqualified teachers

September 2018

Note: This guidance excludes any teachers employed in academy schools unless that Academy school has adopted Hampshire’s pay framework.

There are no statutory pay points for unqualified teachers. The School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) requires local pay determination, providing it falls within the statutory minimum and maximum defined in the STPCD.

The statutory minimum and maximum:

Main Pay Range

Minimum Maximum
£17,208 £27,216

Hampshire County Council, in consultation with relevant stakeholders, have developed a model pay framework for adoption by maintained schools. This pay framework also applies to Hampshire’s teachers outside of schools. Where individual schools have adopted this framework, and for Hampshire teachers employed outside of schools, the unqualified teacher pay framework is as follows;

Point Rate from 1 September 2018 £ pa
UQ 1 £17,208
UQ 2 £18,018
UQ 3 £18,862
UQ 4 £19,747
UQ 5 £20,672
UQ 6 £21,641
UQ 7 £22,657
UQ 8 £23,720
UQ 9 £24,832
UQ 10 £25,997
UQ 11 £27,216

Where individual schools have adopted an alternative pay framework pay values may differ.

TLR and SEN

Allowances for Classroom Teachers in schools and for Teachers outside of schools - 2018

The minima and maxima amounts payable for TLR allowances to teachers are set out in the School Teachers’ Pay & Conditions Document (STPCD) 2018 as follows:

Qualified Classroom Teacher Range

TLR Statutory minimum £ Statutory maximum £
1 7,853 13,288
2 2,721 6,646
3 540 2,683

Classroom teachers in schools

Allowances payable to teachers in schools are for the Governing Body to determine, within the minimum and maximum amounts set out below. (The suggested values are examples which maintain a proportional differentiation based on the original £1,500 mandatory differentiation which has since been removed; the amount of the differentiation has increased over the years with each pay award.)

Rates from 1 September 2018 £ pa
Teaching and Learning Responsibility (TLR) payment 2
Minimum 2,721
Maximum 6,646
TLR2 suggested values £ pa TLR2 suggested values £ / Month
(a) 2,721 226.75
(b) 4,532 377.67
(c) 6,347 528.92
Rates from 1 September 2018 £ pa
Teaching and Learning Responsibility (TLR) payment 1
Minimum 7,853
Maximum 13,288
TLR1 suggested values £ pa TLR1 suggested values £ / Month
(a) 7,853 654.42
(b) 9,665 805.42
(c) 11,478 956.50
(d) 13,288 1,107.33

TLR 1 and TLR 2 are pro-rated where teachers work less than full time.

Teaching and Learning Responsibility (TLR) Payment 3

Minimum £540
Maximum £2,683

TLR3s are fixed term and are not pro-rated for part time teachers.

Teachers outside of schools

TLR and SEN allowances must only be awarded to teachers outside of schools in accordance with the governance arrangements set out in the current Teachers’ Pay Policy – Teachers outside of schools and the related How To Guide, located on the HR webpages.

Where TLR 1s are awarded they must be at the following values;

Service Post Title Value £
Primary Behaviour Service n/a
Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Project Co-ordinator 7,699
Specialist Teachers Advisory Service (STAS) Professional Leader 13,027
Assistant Team Leader 9,475
Services for Young Children n/a
EMTAS Assistant Team Leader 11,252
Hampshire Music Service Area Leader 9,475
Minstead Study Centre n/a  
Leigh House n/a
Swanwick Lodge n/a

Where TLR 2s are awarded they must be at the following values;

Service Post Title Value £
Primary Behaviour Service n/a n/a
Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Teacher 2,667
Specialist Teachers Advisory Service (STAS) Specialist Advisory post 6,515
Services for Young Children Children Centre Support Teacher 2,667
EMTAS Teacher 4,443
Hampshire Music Service Leading Professional 6,222
Hampshire Music Service Director of HCYB 4,443
Hampshire Music Service Director of HCYC 2,667
Hampshire Music Service Director of HCYO 4,443
Hampshire Music Service Specialist Co-ordinator, Ensembles 4,443
Minstead Study Centre n/a
Leigh House Teacher 2,667
Swanwick Lodge Teacher 2,667

Children’s Services Department does not currently award TLR3s to teachers outside of schools.

Special Educational Needs (SEN) Allowance

Minimum £2,149
Maximum £4,242

Hampshire supply teacher pay rates

September 2018

Teachers who work on a day-to-day or other short notice basis have their pay determined in line with the statutory pay arrangements in the same way as other teachers. Teachers who work less than a full day will be paid in proportion to the length of the school day.

Rates
Spine Point Annual salary £ pa Where the school's STTW is 25 hours per week Where the school's STTW is 25 hours per week Where the school's STTW is 26 hours per week Where the school's STTW is 26 hours per week Where the school's STTW is 27 hours per week Where the school's STTW is 27 hours per week
Daily 1/195 Hourly 1/975 Daily 1/195 Hourly 1/1014 Daily 1/195 Hourly 1/1053
Main 1 23,720 121.64 24.33 121.64 23.39 121.64 22.53
Main 2 24,636 126.34 25.27 126.34 24.30 126.34 23.40
Main 3 25,588 131.22 26.24 131.22 25.23 131.22 24.30
Main 4 26,578 136.30 27.26 136.30 26.21 136.30 25.24
Main 5 27,605 141.56 28.31 141.56 27.22 141.56 26.22
Main 6 28,674 147.05 29.41 147.05 28.28 147.05 27.23
Main 7 29,784 152.74 30.55 152.74 29.37 152.74 28.28
Main 8 30,937 158.65 31.73 158.65 30.51 158.65 29.38
Main 9 32,132 164.78 32.96 164.78 31.69 164.78 30.51
Main 10 33,373 171.14 34.23 171.14 32.91 171.14 31.69
Main 11 34,665 177.77 35.55 177.77 34.19 177.77 32.92
Main 12 35,008 179.53 35.91 179.53 34.52 179.53 33.25
Upper 1 36,646 187.93 37.59 187.93 36.14 187.93 34.80
Upper 2 37,318 191.37 38.27 191.37 36.80 191.37 35.44
Upper 3 38,001 194.88 38.98 194.88 37.48 194.88 36.09
Upper 4 38,697 198.45 39.69 198.45 38.16 198.45 36.75
Upper 5 39,406 202.08 40.42 202.08 38.86 202.08 37.42

Additional allowance applicable to Special Schools supply teachers

In line with the statutory minimum and maximum values the SEN range from 1 September 2018 is £2,149 to £4,242 per annum. The additional daily allowance paid to Special Schools supply teachers will be calculated as 1/195 of the SEN point.

Pay Rates for Teachers Undertaking Lunchtime Supervision

Calculation for Hourly Rate:

EHCC07 Grade A, Step 1 hourly rate x 2.5 = Hourly rate EHCC07 Grade A Step 1 FTE Salary Hourly rate Plus 12.07% holiday Rate Rate from 1 April 2018
£16,395 £8.50 £9.53 X 2.5 £23.83

Adult education tutor rate in Hampshire maintained schools

The hourly rate for Adult Education Tutors in Hampshire Maintained schools is based on Point 3 of the Unqualified Teachers’ pay range.

With effect from 1 September 2013, the range for Unqualified Teachers was removed from the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document. After consultation Hampshire has implemented a local page range within the minimum and maximum limits published in the Document and will continue to use the equivalent value to the old Point 3 for paying Adult Education Tutors, with the appropriate pay award uplifts applied.

Rate from 1 September 2018
Annual salary £21,210
Hourly rate £25.71

Calculation for Hourly Rate:

£21,210 ÷ 30 (notional working year) ÷ 27.5 (notional weekly hours)

Further guidance on the pay of Adult Education Tutors in schools, including the above calculation, can be found in the Manual of Personnel Practice for those with a subscription to EPS.

Pay Arrangements when running Booster Classes and Summer Schools (for use by Hampshire County Council schools)

The details below set out the hourly rates for those schools running or intending to run Booster Classes and Summer Schools, and how payments should be processed.

The way payments are claimed is different for full and part-time teachers. This is due to the Teachers Pension regulations which specify which payments can be included for teachers’ pensionable service. Please ensure that you read the following information before entering claims via the IBC Portal.

Full-time Teachers

During normal school hours

It is not possible for a full-time teacher to carry out booster classes within normal school hours.

Outside normal school hours

  • For classes being undertaken outside of the normal school day, whether booster classes or summer school, then the hours at the current rate per hour (see below) should be claimed using the teacher’s full-time personnel record, via the IBC Portal on SAP using attendance type 3655 Boost/SumSch F/Time
  • For Summer School Scheme Co-ordinator the same rule applies as above, using the current rate per hour (see below) and using the attendance type 3657 SumSchCo-ord F/Time

Part-time Teachers

During normal school hours

Any booster classes undertaken during normal school hours by a part-time or supply teacher must be paid at the appropriate supply teacher rate. Payment must be made on a supply teacher record (employee sub-group 26) and claimed in the same way as supply teaching via the IBC Portal using attendance type 2000. If no active supply teacher record currently exists, one must be created.

Outside normal school hours

  • For classes being undertaken outside of the normal school day, whether booster classes or summer school, then the hours at the current rate per October 2018 hour (see below) should be claimed using the teacher’s part-time personnel record, via the IBC Portal on SAP using attendance type 3656 Boost/SumSch P/Time
  • For Summer School Scheme Co-ordinator the same rule applies as above, using the current rate per hour (see below) and using the attendance type 3658 SumSchCo-ord P/Time

Hourly rates for Booster Classes and Summer School undertaken outside the normal school day (2018 rates)

Hourly Rate Wage Type
Full-time teacher for Booster Classes or Summer School £26.31 3655
Full-time teacher for Summer School Scheme Coordinator £31.75 3657
Part-time teacher for Booster Classes or Summer School £26.31 3656
Part-time teacher for Summer School Scheme Coordinator £31.75 3658

The hourly rate of pay is updated annually with effect from 1st September by adding the nationally negotiated teachers’ pay award percentage for the academic year.

Exam invigilator rate

Exam invigilators should be treated as Casual workers.

Hourly rate: School to determine the hourly rate locally.

One-to-one tuition

Pay Arrangements when teachers undertake One-to-One Tuition (for use by Hampshire County Council schools)

The details below set out the hourly rates and how the rates of pay should be processed for staff undertaking one-to-one tuition.

The way payments are processed is different for full and part-time teachers. This is due to Teachers’ Pensions regulations with respect to which payments can be included for teachers’ pensionable service. Please ensure that you read the following information before entering claims via the IBC Portal.

Full-time Teachers

During the normal school day

It is not possible for a full-time teacher to receive additional pay to carry out one-to-one tuition within the normal school day, for which they have been given directed time. Any one-to-one tuition during the school day would come within their normal contractual pay.

Outside the normal school day

For one-to-one tuition being undertaken outside of the normal school day the hours at the current FIXED rate per hour should be claimed using the teacher’s full time personnel record, via the IBC Portal on SAP using wage type 3653 1 to 1 Tuition F/Tm T.

Part-time Teachers

During the normal school day

For one-to-one tuition undertaken during the normal school day by a part-time teacher which is outside of their directed time, or by a directly employed supply teacher, it must be paid at the current teacher’s/supply teacher’s rate. Payment must be made on a supply teacher record (employee sub-group 26) and claimed in the same way as supply teaching via the IBC Portal using attendance type 2000. If no active supply teacher record currently exists, one must be created.

Outside the normal school day

For one-to-one tuition being undertaken outside of the normal school day the hours at the current FIXED rate per hour should be claimed using the teacher’s part-time personnel record, via the IBC Portal on SAP using wage type 3652 1 to 1 Tuition P/TmPT.

Confirmation to teachers who are to undertake One-to-One Tuition

In line with the guidance from the DfE, once a school has agreed with a teacher for them to undertake one-to-one tuition, the school should confirm the arrangements in a letter to the teacher. This should include details of the number of pupils to be given one-to-one tuition, arrangements including timings for the work, and the number of hours and the hourly rate which will be used for their remuneration.

Hourly rates for One-to-One Tuition Sessions

Role Hourly rate from 1st September Attendance Type Wage Type
Full time Full-time teacher for One-to-One Tuition outside normal school day £29.05 N/A 3653
Full-time teacher for One-to-One Tuition during normal school day N/A N/A N/A
Part time / supply Part-time or supply teacher for One-tone Tuition outside normal school day £29.05 N/A 3652
Part-time or supply teacher for One-to-One Tuition during normal school day (claim using supply teacher record) Teacher's current rate of pay (i.e. supply rate or pay) 2000 N/A

Calculation of salary and statement or particulars for peripatetic music teachers employed by schools

Peripatetic Music Teachers: for use by Hampshire Schools when directly employing (not using Hampshire Music Service)

The following provides guidance on what to include in a Statement of Particulars and example salary calculations.

The Statement of Particulars

When directly employing peripatetic music teachers schools must ensure they provide the individual with a Statement of Particulars via instruction to IBC payroll. Devolved schools are responsible for issuing the Statement of Particulars to the individual direct.

Unqualified teachers must be employed on “instructor” contracts of employment (Statements of Particulars). This is likely to be the case for the majority of peripatetic music teachers who, although qualified musicians, are usually not qualified teachers.

Template Statement of Particulars (SoPs) can be found on the schools HR webpages. You need to use the SoP called Teacher Instructor Fixed-term (either full-time or part-time) and the Letter aligned to that SoP. Please note, you may need to amend the SoP as set out below.

  • The full-time salary for music teachers on their SoP will be given as a point on the unqualified teacher scale, (up to and including point 11)unless the school’s Governing Body uses its discretion to pay a higher salary than point 11
  • The annual salary up to and including point 11 will be adjusted automatically by IBC Payroll as a result of pay awards,, however any additional amounts given under the school’s Governing Body’s discretion will only be increased by the IBC when notified to do so by the school
  • Letters of appointment will need to be amended to include actual hours on site and
  • the number of weeks to be worked per year

Peripatetic music teachers must be informed of their FTE salary, their part-time fraction and their individual salary, as set out in the template Statement of Particulars.

How to determine the annual salary – using an example salary for illustrative purposes

There are several calculations which need to be completed to arrive at the part time fraction. You will need to know:

  • A Scale point
  • B Full time equivalent salary
  • C School week
  • D Part time fraction
  • E Actual Salary

A. Scale Point

This will be a point on the unqualified teacher scale up to and including point 11.

B. Full Time Equivalent (fte) salary

For the purpose of illustration only, the following salary will be used throughout this guidance as an example of point 11 on the unqualified teacher pay range: point 11 = £27,216). Please note that this example salary may not reflect the current point 11 salary.

The full-time equivalent salary will be the fte salary attached to the chosen point on the current year’s unqualified teacher scale

or

where the Governing Body have decided to pay a different hourly rate it will be calculated as follows:

Hourly rate x Hours in school day x 195 days (normal teaching requirement full time) = FTE Salary

Example: hourly rate of £25.61, school day 5 hours 30 mins

£26.12 x 5.50 hours x 195 = £28,014 fte salary

This would be shown as unqualified teacher scale point 11 (£27,216) plus an allowance of £798 (see Completing the Statement of Particulars below).

C. School Week

The school week is calculated as follows:

Hours in school day x 5 days per week = School week

Example: school day 5 hours 30 mins

5.50 hours x 5 days per week = 27.50 hour school week

D. Part Time Fraction for a peripatetic music teacher

Where a music teacher is working the normal 195 days (39 weeks) the part-time fraction is calculated as follows:

Hours worked per week x School week

39 (weeks)

39 (weeks)

= Part-time fraction
Example: Music teacher working 2 hours a week for 39 weeks, school week 27.50 hours__2__ x 27.50

39 (weeks)

39 (weeks)

= 0.073 part-time fraction

(Note: there is an expectation that where working weeks are above 36 they will be treated as 39 weeks per year).

Where a music teacher is working 36 weeks or less, the part-time fraction is calculated as follows:

Hours worked per week x School week

Number (of weeks worked per year)

39 (weeks)

= Part-time fraction

Example: Music teacher working 2 hours per week for 30 weeks, school week 27.50 hours

2 x 27.50

30 (weeks)

39 (weeks)

= 0.056 part-time fraction

E. Actual Annual Salary

The actual salary is calculated as follows:

Part-time fraction x Full-time equivalent salary = Actual annual salary

Example: Music teacher working 2 hours per week for 30 weeks, school week 27.50 hours, paid on unqualified teacher scale at point 11

0.056 x £27,216 = £1,524.10 pa

Completing the Statement of Particulars

On the SoP salary information should be set out as shown:

Scale point: - Unqualified teacher scale point (paragraph A above)
Total full-time equivalent salary - includes any additional payments (paragraph B above)
Part-time fraction - as calculated above (paragraph D above)
Total salary: - the actual salary (paragraph E above)

How to complete SAP forms – devolved and non-devolved schools

  • Annual fraction rounded up to 3 decimal places, e.g. 0.056
  • FTE annual salary is the pay point on the unqualified teacher scale plus any allowance as agreed by the school’s Governing Body. Using the details generated in paragraph B above, this would be:
£27,216 + (unqualified scalepoint 11) £798 (allowance awarded by Governing Body) = £28,014 fte salary

Where an allowance is paid, details need to be completed in the ‘Allowances’ section of the form as well

Swimming pool instructor rate

Taking into account the operational requirements of the post, it is for schools to determine which role profile the employee should be matched to:

Assistant Coach Level 1 (EHCC Grade C) Role Profile Ref 01569

Sports Coach Level 2 (EHCC Grade D) Role Profile Ref 02771

Sports Coach Level 3 (EHCC Grade E) Role Profile Ref 02770

Historic pay rates for teachers

2014 - 2018

Unqualified Teacher Pay Range

2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
UQ 1 £17,208 £16,626 £16,461 £16,298 £16,136
UQ 2 £18,018 £17,408 £17,235 £17,064 £16,894
UQ 3 £18,862 £18,224 £18,043 £17,864 £17,687
UQ 4 £19,747 £19,079 £18,890 £18,702 £18,516
UQ 5 £20,672 £19,972 £19,774 £19,578 £19,384
UQ 6 £21,641 £20,909 £20,701 £20,496 £20,293
UQ 7 £22,657 £21,890 £21,673 £21,458 £21,245
UQ 8 £23,720 £22,917 £22,690 £22,465 £22,242
UQ 9 £24,832 £23,992 £23,754 £23,518 £23,285
UQ 10 £25,997 £25,117 £24,868 £24,621 £24,377
UQ 11 £27,216 £26,295 £26,034 £25,776 £25,520

Main Pay Range

2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
MPR 1 £23,720 £22,917 £22,467 £22,244 £22,023
MPR 2 £24,636 £23,802 £23,335 £23,103 £22,874
MPR 3 £25,588 £24,722 £24,237 £23,997 £23,759
MPR 4 £26,578 £25,679 £25,175 £24,925 £24,678
MPR 5 £27,605 £26,671 £26,148 £25,889 £25,632
MPR 6 £28,674 £27,704 £27,160 £26,891 £26,624
MPR 7 £29,784 £28,776 £28,211 £27,931 £27,654
MPR 8 £30,937 £29,890 £29,303 £29,012 £28,724
MPR 9 £32,132 £31,045 £30,436 £30,134 £29,835
MPR 10 £33,373 £32,244 £31,611 £31,298 £30,988
MPR 11 £34,665 £33,492 £32,835 £32,509 £32,187
MPR 12* £35,008 £33,824 £33,160 £32,831  

* Optional 12th point for schools had discretion whether to adopt

Upper pay Range

2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
UPR 1 £36,646 £35,927 £35,571 £35,218 £34,869
UPR 2 £37,318 £36,586 £36,223 £35,864 £35,508
UPR 3 £38,001 £37,255 £36,886 £36,520 £36,158
UPR 4 £38,697 £37,938 £37,562 £37,190 £36,821
UPR 5 £39,406 £38,633 £38,250 £37,871 £37,496

Leading Practitioner Pay Range

2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
LP 1 £40,162 £39,374 £38,984 £38,598 £38,215
LP 2 £40,660 £39,862 £39,467 £39,076 £38,689
LP 3 £41,164 £40,356 £39,956 £39,560 £39,168
LP 4 £41,675 £40,857 £40,452 £40,051 £39,654
LP 5 £42,192 £41,364 £40,954 £40,548 £40,146
LP 6 £42,715 £41,877 £41,462 £41,051 £40,644
LP 7 £43,244 £42,396 £41,976 £41,560 £41,148
LP 8 £43,780 £42,921 £42,496 £42,075 £41,658
LP 9 £44,323 £43,453 £43,022 £42,596 £42,174
LP 10 £44,873 £43,993 £43,557 £43,125 £42,697
LP 11 £45,428 £44,537 £44,096 £43,659 £43,226
LP 12 £45,993 £45,091 £44,644 £44,201 £43,763
LP 13 £46,562 £45,649 £45,197 £44,749 £44,305
LP 14 £47,141 £46,216 £45,758 £45,304 £44,855
LP 15 £47,725 £46,789 £46,325 £45,866 £45,411
LP 16 £48,316 £47,368 £46,899 £46,434 £45,974
LP 17 £48,915 £47,955 £47,480 £47,009 £46,543
LP 18 £49,520 £48,549 £48,068 £47,592 £47,120
LP 19 £50,135 £49,151 £48,664 £48,182 £47,704
LP 20 £50,755 £49,759 £49,266 £48,778 £48,295
LP 21 £51,384 £50,376 £49,877 £49,383 £48,894
LP 22 £52,020 £51,000 £50,495 £49,995 £49,500
LP 23 £52,667 £51,634 £51,122 £50,615 £50,113
LP 24 £53,319 £52,273 £51,755 £51,242 £50,734
LP 25 £53,979 £52,920 £52,396 £51,877 £51,363
LP 26 £54,649 £53,577 £53,046 £52,520 £51,999
LP 27 £55,326 £54,241 £53,703 £53,171 £52,644
LP 28 £56,011 £54,912 £54,368 £53,829 £53,296
LP 29 £56,705 £55,593 £55,042 £54,497 £53,957
LP 30 £57,408 £56,282 £55,724 £55,172 £54,625
LP 31 £58,120 £56,980 £56,415 £55,856 £55,302
LP 32 £58,840 £57,686 £57,822 £57,249 £56,682
LP 33 £59,570 £58,401 £57,822 £57,249 £56,682
LP 34 £60,308 £59,125 £58,539 £57,959 £57,385
LP 35 £61,055 £59,857 £59,264 £58,677 £58,096

Leading Pay Range

43 point range for staff under the 2013 Document

2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
L 1 £39,965 £39,374 £38,984 £38,597 £38,215
L 2 £40,966 £40,360 £39,960 £39,564 £39,172
L 3 £41,989 £41,368 £40,958 £40,552 £40,150
L 4 £43,035 £42,399 £41,979 £41,563 £41,151
L 5 £44,106 £43,454 £43,023 £42,597 £42,175
L 6 £45,213 £44,544 £44,102 £43,665 £43,232
L 7 £46,430 £45,743 £45,290 £44,841 £44,397
L 8 £47,501 £46,799 £46,335 £45,876 £45,421
L 9 £48,687 £47,967 £47,492 £47,021 £46,555
L 10 £49,937 £49,199 £48,711 £48,228 £47,750
L 11 £51,234 £50,476 £49,976 £49,481 £48,991
L 12 £52,415 £51,640 £51,128 £50,621 £50,119
L 13 £53,724 £52,930 £52,405 £51,886 £51,372
L 14 £55,064 £54,250 £53,712 £53,180 £52,653
L 15 £56,436 £55,601 £55,050 £54,504 £53,964
L 16 £57,936 £57,079 £56,513 £55,953 £55,398
L 17 £59,266 £58,390 £57,811 £57,238 £56,671
L 18 £60,755 £59,857 £59,264 £58,677 £58,096
L 19 £62,263 £61,342 £60,734 £60,132 £59,536
L 20 £63,807 £62,864 £62,241 £61,624 £61,013
L 21 £65,384 £64,417 £63,779 £63,147 £62,521
L 22 £67,009 £66,018 £65,364 £64,716 £64,075
L 23 £68,668 £67,653 £66,983 £66,319 £65,662
L 24 £70,370 £69,330 £68,643 £67,963 £67,290
L 25 £72,119 £71,053 £70,349 £69,652 £68,962
L 26 £73,903 £72,810 £72,089 £71,375 £70,668
L 27 £75,735 £74,615 £73,876 £73,144 £72,419
L 28 £77,613 £76,466 £75,708 £74,958 £74,215
L 29 £79,535 £78,359 £77,583 £76,814 £76,053
L 30 £81,515 £80,310 £79,514 £78,726 £77,946
L 31 £83,528 £82,293 £81,478 £80,671 £79,872
L 32 £85,606 £84,340 £83,504 £82,677 £81,858
L 33 £87,732 £86,435 £85,579 £84,731 £83,892
L 34 £89,901 £88,572 £87,695 £86,826 £85,966
L 35 £92,135 £90,773 £89,874 £88,984 £88,102
L 36 £94,416 £93,020 £92,099 £91,187 £90,284
L 37 £96,765 £95,334 £94,390 £93,455 £92,529
L 38 £99,158 £97,692 £96,724 £95,766 £94,817
L 39 £101,574 £100,072 £99,081 £88,984 £97,128
L 40 £104,109 £102,570 £101,554 £100,548 £99,552
L 41 £106,710 £105,133 £104,092 £103,061 £102,040
L 42 £109,383 £107,766 £106,699 £105,642 £104,596
L 43 £111,007 £109,366 £108,283 £107,210 £107,210

85 point range for staff under the 2014 Document

2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
LDR 1 £39,965 £39,374 £38,984 £38,597 £38,215
LDR 2 £40,466 £39,867 £39,472 £39,081 £38,694
LDR 3 £40,966 £40,360 £39,960 £39,564 £39,172
LDR 4 £41,477 £40,864 £40,459 £40,058 £39,661
LDR 5 £41,989 £41,368 £40,958 £40,552 £40,150
LDR 6 £42,513 £41,884 £41,469 £41,058 £40,651
LDR 7 £43,571 £42,399 £41,979 £41,563 £41,151
LDR 8 £43,571 £42,927 £42,501 £42,080 £41,663
LDR 9 £44,106 £43,454 £43,023 £42,597 £42,175
LDR 10 £44,659 £43,999 £43,563 £43,131 £42,703
LDR 11 £45,213 £44,544 £44,102 £43,665 £43,232
LDR 12 £45,821 £45,143 £44,696 £44,253 £43,814
LDR 13 £46,430 £45,743 £45,290 £44,841 £44,397
LDR 14 £46,967 £46,272 £45,813 £45,359 £44,909
LDR 15 £47,501 £46,799 £46,335 £45,876 £45,421
LDR 16 £48,095 £47,384 £46,914 £46,449 £45,989
LDR 17 £48,687 £47,967 £47,492 £47,021 £46,555
LDR 18 £49,313 £48,584 £48,102 £47,625 £47,153
LDR 19 £49,937 £49,199 £48,711 £48,228 £47,750
LDR 20 £50,585 £49,837 £49,343 £48,854 £48,370
LDR 21 £51,234 £50,476 £49,976 £49,481 £48,991
LDR 22 £51,824 £51,058 £50,552 £50,051 £49,555
LDR 23 £52,415 £51,640 £51,128 £50,621 £50,119
LDR 24 £53,070 £52,285 £51,767 £51,254 £50,746
LDR 25 £53,724 £52,930 £52,405 £51,886 £51,372
LDR 26 £54,394 £53,590 £53,059 £52,533 £52,012
LDR 27 £55,064 £54,250 £53,712 £53,180 £52,653
LDR 28 £55,749 £54,925 £54,381 £53,842 £53,308
LDR 29 £56,436 £55,601 £55,050 £54,504 £53,964
LDR 30 £57,185 £56,339 £55,781 £55,228 £54,681
LDR 31 £57,936 £57,079 £56,513 £55,953 £55,398
LDR 32 £58,599 £57,733 £57,161 £56,595 £56,034
LDR 33 £59,266 £58,390 £57,811 £57,238 £56,671
LDR 34 £60,011 £59,124 £58,538 £57,958 £57,384
LDR 35 £60,755 £59,857 £59,264 £58,677 £58,096
LDR 36 £61,509 £60,600 £60,000 £59,405 £58,816
LDR 37 £62,263 £61,342 £60,734 £60,132 £59,536
LDR 38 £63,033 £62,101 £61,486 £60,877 £60,274
LDR 39 £63,807 £62,864 £62,241 £61,624 £61,013
LDR 40 £64,595 £63,640 £63,009 £62,385 £61,767
LDR 41 £65,384 £64,417 £63,779 £63,147 £62,521
LDR 42 £66,197 £65,218 £64,572 £63,932 £63,298
LDR 43 £67,009 £66,018 £65,364 £64,716 £64,075
LDR 44 £67,839 £66,836 £66,174 £65,518 £64,869
LDR 45 £68,668 £67,653 £66,983 £66,319 £65,662
LDR 46 £69,520 £68,492 £67,813 £67,141 £66,476
LDR 47 £70,370 £69,330 £68,643 £67,963 £67,290
LDR 48 £71,245 £70,192 £69,497 £68,808 £68,126
LDR 49 £72,119 £71,053 £70,349 £69,652 £68,962
LDR 50 £73,014 £71,934 £71,221 £70,515 £69,816
LDR 51 £73,903 £71,934 £72,089 £71,375 £70,668
LDR 52 £74,819 £73,713 £72,983 £72,260 £71,544
LDR 53 £75,735 £74,615 £73,876 £73,144 £72,419
LDR 54 £76,674 £75,540 £74,792 £74,051 £73,317
LDR 55 £77,613 £76,466 £75,708 £74,958 £74,215
LDR 56 £78,574 £77,412 £76,645 £75,886 £75,134
LDR 57 £79,535 £78,359 £77,583 £76,814 £76,053
LDR 58 £80,526 £79,335 £78,549 £77,771 £77,000
LDR 59 £81,515 £80,310 £79,514 £78,726 £77,946
LDR 60 £82,522 £81,302 £80,497 £79,700 £78,910
LDR 61 £83,528 £82,293 £81,478 £80,671 £79,872
LDR 62 £84,566 £83,316 £82,491 £81,674 £80,865
LDR 63 £85,606 £84,340 £83,504 £82,677 £81,858
LDR 64 £86,669 £85,388 £84,542 £83,704 £82,875
LDR 65 £87,732 £86,435 £85,579 £84,731 £83,892
LDR 66 £88,817 £87,504 £86,637 £85,779 £84,929
LDR 67 £89,901 £88,572 £87,695 £86,826 £85,966
LDR 68 £91,019 £89,673 £88,785 £87,905 £87,034
LDR 69 £92,135 £90,773 £89,874 £88,984 £88,102
LDR 70 £93,277 £91,898 £90,988 £90,087 £89,194
LDR 71 £94,416 £93,020 £92,099 £91,187 £90,284
LDR 72 £95,592 £94,179 £93,246 £92,322 £91,407
LDR 73 £96,765 £95,334 £94,390 £93,455 £92,529
LDR 74 £97,961 £96,513 £95,557 £94,610 £93,673
LDR 75 £99,158 £97,692 £96,724 £95,766 £94,817
LDR 76 £100,367 £98,883 £97,903 £96,933 £95,973
LDR 77 £101,574 £100,072 £99,081 £98,100 £97,128
LDR 78 £102,842 £101,322 £100,318 £99,324 £98,340
LDR 79 £104,109 £102,570 £101,554 £100,548 £99,552
LDR 80 £105,411 £103,852 £102,824 £101,805 £100,796
LDR 81 £106,710 £105,133 £104,092 £103,061 £102,040
LDR 82 £108,047 £106,450 £105,396 £104,352 £103,318
LDR 83 £109,383 £107,766 £106,699 £105,642 £104,596
LDR 84 £110,751 £109,114 £108,033 £106,963 £105,903
LDR 85 £111,007 £109,366 £108,283 £107,210 £107,210

Teaching and Learning Responsibility Allowances

TLR 1 TLR2 TLR3
2014 Minimum: £7,471 Minimum: £2,587 Minimum: £511
2014 Maximum: £12,643 Maximum: £6,322 Maximum: £2,551
TLR 1 TLR2 TLR3
2015 Minimum: £7,546 Minimum: £2,613 Minimum: £517
2015 Maximum: £12,770 Maximum: £6,386 Maximum: £2,577
TLR 1 TLR2 TLR3
2016 Minimum: £7,622 Minimum: £2,640 Minimum: £523
2016 Maximum: £12,898 Maximum: £6,450 Maximum: £2,603
TLR 1 TLR2 TLR3
2017 Minimum: £7,699 Minimum: £2,667 Minimum: £529
2017 Maximum: £13,027 Maximum: £6,515 Maximum: £2,630
TLR 1 TLR2 TLR3
2018 Minimum: £7,853 Minimum: £2,721 Minimum: £540
2018 Maximum: £13,288 Maximum: £6,646 Maximum: £2,683

Special Educational Needs Allowances

2018 2017 2016 2015 2014
Minimum £2,149 £2,106 £2,085 £2,064 £2,043
Maximum £4,242 £4,158 £4,,116 £4,075 £4,116

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Allowances for Police Officers
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