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241 Leeds Road, Rothwell, Leeds.  LS26 0GR  Tel: 0113 201 4281    email: leedsnasuwt@nasuwt

Supply Teachers

Supply Teachers' Pay Supply teachers have a vital role to play in raising and maintaining high educational standards in schools. Campaigning to secure professional entitlements for supply teachers is a key priority of the NASUWT, together with securing decent pay and working conditions for all supply teachers.   The pay of supply teachers is determined by the employer, subject to any statutory regulations or agreements that may apply nationally and/or locally. The nature of the individual’s employment relationship is critical in determining the pay, pensions and conditions of service a teacher will have. The main supply teacher employment relationships include: employment directly by a local authority; employment directly by a school maintained by a local authority (i.e. community schools, foundation schools, foundation trusts and voluntary aided schools); employment directly by a school which is not maintained by a local authority (e.g. academies, free schools, independent schools); employment directly by an employment agency or umbrella company; employment as a ‘contractor’ or on a self-employed basis. A teacher whose employment relationship is defined as in categories 1 or 2 above will be entitled to be paid in accordance with national school teachers’ terms and conditions as defined under the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD). Such teachers are entitled to be paid on the same basis as all other teachers under the terms of the pay policy of the local authority/school. A teacher whose employment relationship is defined in category 3 above may be entitled to be paid in accordance with national school teachers’ terms and conditions where a non-maintained school has entered into a collective agreement with the NASUWT to employ all teachers in accordance with national school teachers’ terms and conditions. For more advice, please have a look at our advice leaflet here.
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241 Leeds Road, Rothwell, Leeds.  LS26 0GR  Tel: 0113 201 4281    email: leedsnasuwt@nasuwt

Supply Teachers

Supply Teachers' Pay Supply teachers have a vital role to play in raising and maintaining high educational standards in schools. Campaigning to secure professional entitlements for supply teachers is a key priority of the NASUWT, together with securing decent pay and working conditions for all supply teachers.   The pay of supply teachers is determined by the employer, subject to any statutory regulations or agreements that may apply nationally and/or locally. The nature of the individual’s employment relationship is critical in determining the pay, pensions and conditions of service a teacher will have. The main supply teacher employment relationships include: employment directly by a local authority; employment directly by a school maintained by a local authority (i.e. community schools, foundation schools, foundation trusts and voluntary aided schools); employment directly by a school which is not maintained by a local authority (e.g. academies, free schools, independent schools); employment directly by an employment agency or umbrella company; employment as a ‘contractor’ or on a self-employed basis. A teacher whose employment relationship is defined as in categories 1 or 2 above will be entitled to be paid in accordance with national school teachers’ terms and conditions as defined under the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD). Such teachers are entitled to be paid on the same basis as all other teachers under the terms of the pay policy of the local authority/school. A teacher whose employment relationship is defined in category 3 above may be entitled to be paid in accordance with national school teachers’ terms and conditions where a non-maintained school has entered into a collective agreement with the NASUWT to employ all teachers in accordance with national school teachers’ terms and conditions. For more advice, please have a look at our advice leaflet here.