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Teachers' Pay Survey

Our annual Teachers’ Pay Survey is now live and for the first time, also encompasses support staff pay.

Each year, we distribute a survey to capture what trusts intend to do in relation to national decisions on teacher pay. Whilst academies do not have to follow the nationally agreed increases, most usually do, reflected in our 2022 survey results.

Obtaining this information allows us to track results over time, to identify trends in pay and pay arrangements across the sector which we share with you. This is vital information that will help trusts understand the national picture and determine pay strategies for the future.

Frequently asked questions

For teachers, the agreement is to pay a 6.5% increase to all pay and allowance ranges and advisory points, with higher increases to some parts of the Main Pay Range to achieve a minimum starting salary of £30,000.

This year for the first time we have included questions about support staff pay to capture a fuller picture of pay and reward in the sector.

For support staff there is a consolidated pay increase of £1,925 on all NJC pay points.



Our survey is a little later this year, taking account of the late agreements in both teacher and support staff pay with the latter only recently agreed in early November. 

The survey is live now and will close at 5pm, Thursday 30 November 2023. We hope to share the results with you in early December 2023.

Have your say now

The survey consists of 12 questions and should take you less than five minutes to complete. Thank you - we really appreciate you taking part.

Complete the survey