School / College Leader
The NASUWT works at school, local and national level to ensure that the interests of school leaders are represented effectively and that their specific needs and concerns are reflected in the development of its policy and its advice and guidance.
NASUWT School Leaders' Briefings
EMERGENCY SCHOOL LEADERS’ BRIEFING
ON PAY REFORMS
The School Leaders Briefing on 21 May focussed on the proposed DfE pay reforms, which will have huge implications for schools and school leaders.
The draft 2013 School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) has been issued accompanied by advice from the Department for Education (DfE) on ‘Reviewing and revising your school’s approach to pay’.
The emergency briefing explained the key changes and implications of the proposed pay reforms and how they will impact on the leadership and management of schools. There were sessions on the equalities implications of the pay reforms, the legal implications and potential liabilities for schools, school accountability and teachers' pay and securing a robust school pay policy.
The next School Leaders Briefing is on Thursday 12 September 2013 at the Union's headquaters in Rednal. These briefings are open to members that have a leadership role in their school.
Below are the presentations and handouts from the leadership briefing on 21 May on the proposed pay reforms.
NASUWT/NUT Model Pay Policy - Explanatory Guidance
Michael Gove letter on NASUWT/NUT model pay policy
Thompsons Solicitors letter to DfE refuting Secretary of State's claims about the NASUWT/NUT model pay policy
Teachers' Pay and Conditions Document 2013 - Key Changes Explained
School Accountability and Teachers' Pay - Implications for School Inspection
School Teachers' Pay and Conditions Document 2013 - Key Changes Explained
Securing a Robust School Pay Policy-NASUWT Bottom Lines
Legal implications of pay reforms
Equalities implications of pay reforms