Teachers employed in the independent sector have no nationally agreed pay scales.
In Northern Ireland agreement on teachers' pay and conditions of service is reached through the Teachers' Salaries and Conditions of Service Committee (Schools), more commonly known as the Teachers' Negotiating Committee (TNC).
This page lists the latest information and advice on current pension schemes.
The member contribution rates for the Teachers' Pension Scheme, are unchanged in 2016 from those introduced in April 2015.
This page displays the most recent pay scales for sixth form colleges in England and Wales, from January 2017.
Below are the pay scales for educational improvement professionals (formerly educational inspectors & advisors) employed under Soulbury pay and conditions in England and Wales.
Below are the current pay scales for lecturers in FE institutions in Northern Ireland.
The basis for the payment of a supply teacher (other than for teachers engaged by an agency) should be the correct point on the relevant national salary scales.
The government has confirmed the member contribution rates for the LGPS, which come into effect on 1 April 2014.
On 1 April 2015, the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (TPS) changed to become both a final salary scheme and a career average revalued earnings (CARE) scheme.