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Teacher's Pay

Mrs. Dean: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what the average salary cost is per teacher in each of the shire education authorities in England. [80598]

Mr. Miliband: The table shows the average salary and the average salary cost. The metropolitan authorities have been excluded, giving a table consisting of the LEAs that used to be classed as the shire counties.

Teachers'(4) average salary by Local Education Authority(5)

London Education AuthorityAverage salary March(6) 2001 (#)Average salary Cost(7) (#)
Isles of Scilly27,00031,023
Bath & NE Somerset(8)(8)
City of Bristol26,38430,315
North Somerset26,91530,925
South Gloucestershire26,47830,424
Hartlepool26,74930,734
Middlesbrough27,18131,231
Redcar and Cleveland26,90130,910
Stockton on Tees26,90030,908
City of Kingston-Upon-Hull27,10531,144
East Riding of Yorkshire27,18731,238
North East Lincolnshire27,17531,224
North Lincolnshire27,14831,194
North Yorkshire(8)(8)
York26,90930,919
Bedfordshire26,97130,990
Luton26,92930,941
Buckinghamshire26,97130,990
Milton Keynes26,67830,652
Derbyshire27,35131,426
Derby26,57230,531
Dorset26,96830,986
Poole26,80030,793
Bournemouth27,18031,229
Durham26,73830,722
Darlington25,37929,160
East Sussex26,99631,019
Brighton & Hove26,96330,981
Hampshire26,76730,755
Portsmouth26,71230,692
Southampton26,27630,191
Leicestershire27,00631,030
Leicester City(8)(8)
Rutland27,38131,461
Staffordshire26,70730,687
Stoke26,60130,565
Wiltshire25,66329,487
Swindon26,01229,888
Bracknell Forest27,76331,900
Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead27,75231,888
West Berkshire(8)(8)
Reading(8)(8)
Slough(8)(8)
Wokingham26,84230,842
Cambridgeshire(8)(8)
City of Peterborough26,36030,288
Cheshire26,83730,836
Halton27,05431,085
Warrington26,75730,744
Devon27,07531,109
City of Plymouth27,23731,296
Torbay(8)(8)
Essex27,53431,637
Southend27,50131,599
Thurrock27,10431,142
Herefordshire26,91030,920
Worcestershire26,95230,967
Kent27,08931,125
Medway(8)(8)
Lancashire27,27631,340
Blackburn and Darwen26,19630,099
Blackpool26,51930,470
Nottinghamshire27,49731,594
City of Nottingham26,90730,916
York26,90930,919
Bedfordshire26,97130,990
Luton26,92930,941
Buckinghamshire26,97130,990
Milton Keynes26,67830,652
Derbyshire27,35131,426
Derby26,57230,531
Dorset26,96830,986
Poole26,80030,793
Bournemouth27,18031,229
Durham26,73830,722
Darlington25,37929,160
East Sussex26,99631,019
Brighton & Hove26,96330,981
Hampshire26,76730,755
Portsmouth26,71230,692
Southampton26,27630,191
Leicestershire27,00631,030
Leicester City
Rutland27,38131,461
Staffordshire26,70730,687
Stoke26,60130,565
Wiltshire25,66329,487
Swindon26,01229,888
Bracknell Forest27,76331,900
Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead27,75231,888
West Berkshire(8)(8)
Reading(8)(8)
Slough(8)(8)
Wokingham26,84230,842
Cambridgeshire(8)(8)
City of Peterborough26,36030,288
Cheshire26,83730,836
Halton27,05431,085
Warrington26,75730,744
Devon27,07531,109
City of Plymouth27,23731,296
Torbay(8)(8)
Essex27,53431,637
Southend27,50131,599
Thurrock27,10431,142
Herefordshire26,91030,920
Worcestershire26,95230,967
Kent27,08931,125
Medway(8)(8)
Lancashire27,27631,340
Blackburn and Darwen26,19630,099
Blackpool26,51930,470
Nottinghamshire27,49731,594
City of Nottingham26,90730,916
Shropshire27,41331,497
Telford and Wrekin27,21731,273
Cornwall27,07131,105
Cumbria27,08931,125
Gloucestershire(8)(8)
Hertfordshire25,31229,083
Isle of Wight26,49130,438
Lincolnshire26,92430,936
Norfolk27,12831,170
Northamptonshire26,64430,614
Northumberland26,79430,786
Oxfordshire27,07731,112
Somerset27,33431,406
Suffolk26,54830,504
Surrey25,62229,440
Warwickshire26,96230,980
West Sussex26,81130,806

(4) Includes full time teachers from the leadership group and classroom teachers.

(5) Excluding metropolitan LEAs and London boroughs.

(6) Average salary of full-time teachers in the maintained sector of England. Figures cover all grades and include any allowances paid. Figures exclude sixth form colleges. The salary figures include threshold pay increases. However, they do not include threshold pay increases relating to people who passed the threshold in September 2000 and had not received their payment by March 2001. This money was backdated after March 2001 and therefore the average salary for March 2001 will be understated.

(7) Average salary cost includes employment costs

(8)— Not available.

Source:

DfES database of teacher records.


19 Nov 2002 : Column 65W

Mrs. Dean: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what proportion of classroom teachers are on the top of the main scale or have progressed through the upper pay spine in each education authority in England. [80594]

Mr. Miliband: The following table shows the latest available teacher data.

Percentage(9) of qualified classroom teachers on point 9 of the main pay scale andthe post-threshold scale as at 31 March 2001(10)
Maintained schools sector in England

Main scale point 9Upper pay scaleNot known(11)
City of London8.30.033.3
Camden21.929.812.3
Greenwich54.710.02.7
Hackney17.90.220.3
Hammersmith18.531.816.9
Islington32.85.125.2
Kensington and Chelsea(11)(11)(11)
Lambeth(11)(11)(11)
Lewisham22.234.110.2
Southwark39.92.520.4
Tower Hamlets40.74.130.9
Wandsworth(11)(11)(11)
Westminster13.22.128.9
Barking19.635.84.3
Barnet23.236.93.4
Bexley20.139.72.9
Brent(11)(11)(11)
Bromley20.326.718.3
Croydon(11)(11)(11)
Ealing28.430.62.7
Enfield46.011.38.4
Haringey20.138.48.7
Harrow12.145.726.5
Havering15.443.414.5
Hillingdon16.732.711.1
Hounslow17.438.42.2
Kingston-upon-Thames(11)(11)(11)
Merton(11)(11)(11)
Newham22.926.10.4
Redbridge15.345.27.1
Richmond-upon-Thames26.217.729.7
Sutton(11)(11)(11)
Waltham Forest33.531.43.3
Birmingham15.848.93.4
Coventry12.053.41.2
Dudley16.650.42.0
Sandwell20.444.20.9
Solihull20.610.82.8
Walsall22.015.26.4
Wolverhampton23.148.32.8
Knowsley16.644.53.1
Liverpool66.11.04.9
St. Helens12.658.21.6
Sefton12.450.56.3
Wirral11.257.98.5
Bolton14.950.16.1
Bury15.759.00.5
Manchester16.524.924.5
Oldham16.648.12.2
Rochdale14.948.75.4
Salford19.01.112.6
Stockport15.353.15.0
Tameside11.953.44.2
Trafford10.549.513.6
Wigan12.156.34.9
Barnsley18.948.016.2
Doncaster17.151.84.5
Rotherham15.354.34.2
Sheffield29.833.610.5
Bradford25.147.32.4
Calderdale19.443.611.0
Kirklees13.656.85.6
Leeds14.145.615.1
Wakefield16.048.41.8
Gateshead15.81.050.7
Newcastle-upon-Tyne10.89.462.3
North Tyneside16.148.65.4
South Tyneside8.34.360.9
Sunderland12.653.716.5
Isles of Scilly42.10.026.3
Bath and north-east Somerset25.135.83.8
City of Bristol24.238.40.9
North Somerset19.847.33.1
South Gloucestershire19.345.01.6
Hartlepool14.549.66.8
Middlesbrough12.654.23.5
Redcar and Cleveland13.453.52.2
Stockton-on-Tees16.650.911.6
City of Kingston-Upon-Hull15.951.81.6
East Riding of Yorkshire15.055.21.6
North-east Lincolnshire16.253.71.4
North Lincolnshire17.652.72.4
North Yorkshire27.939.05.8
York16.651.53.2
Bedfordshire26.141.72.5
Luton23.139.63.1
Buckinghamshire24.835.24.9
Milton Keynes21.142.41.3
Derbyshire16.649.17.0
City of Derby28.210.538.2
Dorset16.451.01.0
Poole15.848.12.9
Bournemouth15.749.41.7
Durham23.043.11.3
Darlington31.61.041.4
East Sussex15.747.66.6
Brighton and Hove12.644.510.7
Hampshire16.840.113.7
Portsmouth16.737.618.3
Southampton16.137.39.3
Leicestershire12.451.85.0
Leicester City16.630.928.7
Rutland24.441.13.8
Staffordshire23.741.92.1
Stoke-on-Trent14.747.82.1
Wiltshire22.042.42.9
Swindon16.433.89.7
Bracknell Forest24.541.01.7
Windsor and Maidenhead22.241.06.1
West Berkshire22.237.46.2
Reading25.533.94.8
Slough46.19.612.2
Wokingham40.30.829.7
Cambridgeshire33.21.132.8
City of Peterborough22.538.65.0
Cheshire17.81.349.5
Halton14.252.01.1
Warrington16.546.02.3
Devon18.549.02.8
City of Plymouth14.249.41.4
Torbay30.651.08.2
Essex18.944.63.3
Southend22.042.32.1
Thurrock3.918.48.5
Herefordshire19.548.42.2
Worcestershire17.049.36.3
Kent18.944.72.9
Medway26.84.043.4
Lancashire17.952.93.7
Blackburn and Darwen40.70.543.8
Blackpool16.247.92.6
Nottinghamshire16.551.410.8
City of Nottingham20.042.65.5
Shropshire16.055.51.8
Telford and Wrekin15.553.13.0
Cornwall16.62.952.7
Cumbria18.949.32.5
Gloucestershire19.838.96.3
Hertfordshire47.013.92.2
Isle of Wight19.045.93.4
Lincolnshire17.041.911.6
Norfolk13.12.448.4
Northamptonshire20.41.844.7
Northumberland44.624.52.0
Oxfordshire17.645.92.3
Somerset17.423.535.6
Suffolk47.020.92.9
Surrey49.510.03.5
Warwickshire18.947.70.7
West Sussex20.544.03.0

(9) Percentage is based on all classroom teachers, including advanced skills teachers.

(10) Provisional.

(11) Not available.

Note:

Following changes to the pay system in September 2000, an unusually high number of teachers were shown with a spine point of 'not known'. The majority of these teachers are expected to be on either spine point 9 or the post-threshold scale.


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Mrs. Gillan: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many teachers in (a) Chesham and Amersham and (b) Buckinghamshire were entitled to a golden hello in 2001–02. [81182]

Mr. Miliband: The information is not collected centrally. The information that is available to my Department on the number of Golden Hello claimants in 2001–02 was given in my answer to the hon. Member for Harrogate and Knaresborough (Mr. Willis) on 6 November 2002, Official Report, column 394W.

Mrs. Gillan: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what assessment he has made of (a) the number and (b) the percentage of teachers (i) passing the threshold for performance-related pay and (ii) rising up the enhanced pay spine having passed the threshold in Chesham and Amersham and Buckinghamshire; and if he will make a statement. [81186]

Mr. Miliband: The data are collected at LEA rather than constituency level. Nearly 2,000 teachers applied for the Performance Threshold in Buckinghamshire in rounds 1 and 2, with a success rate of 97 per cent. Teachers who were placed on point 1 of the Upper Pay Scale in Round 1 were first eligible to progress to point 2 in September 2002. It is too early to compile details of the numbers who have done so at present.


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