Factsheet

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Factsheet

Zero hours and term time contracts

This factsheet aims to address some of the questions raised by our members and outline the concerns ATL has about the growing use of such contracts.
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Teachers' statutory rights: maintained sector

This factsheet outlines the statutory rights of classroom teachers in the maintained sector, including contracts of employment, working hours, leave and notice periods.
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Paternity leave

This factsheet outlines the paternity leave and pay to partners of new mothers and adopters.
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Data protection: your rights and obligations

This factsheet answers commonly asked questions about data protection - updated for 2016.
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Teachers' pay: main and upper pay ranges

The pay structure for teachers in England and Wales has changed, with schools now having much more flexibility to determine the way in which teachers are rewarded.
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Private tuition factsheet

This factsheet covers frequently asked questions about private tuition, from whether a written contract is needed to how much to charge.
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TPS 2007: actuarially reduced benefits and phased retirement

This pension factsheet explains how your benefits will be reduced if you retire between the ages of 55 and 60 years without having been awarded premature or ill-health retirement, and issues surrounding phased retirement.
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Adoption leave and pay

This factsheet answers commonly asked questions about adoption pay and leave.
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Additional paternity leave and pay

This factsheet explains addtional paternity leave and pay, which is available to the husbands and partners of new mothers and adopters where the mother or adopter does not take their full entitlement to maternity or adoption leave.
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TPS 2007: re-employment after retirement

This factsheet demonstrates how taking up certain kinds of employment after drawing your pension could affect the benefits you received from the Teachers' Pension Scheme.