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Pay Loss Calculator


This calculator compares your pay in September 2017 to what it would have been if the Government had increased pay scales in line with inflation since 2010 instead of imposing its pay freezes and pay caps.

The pay scale points used here are the recommended pay scale points published jointly by the National Education Union, ASCL, NAHT, UCAC and Voice in September 2017. However, schools are free to determine the number and value of scale points. There are now no mandatory pay scale points, only a minimum and a maximum for each range.

SEN and TLR payments are not included in this pay loss calculator.

This calculator compares your pay in September 2017 to what it would have been if the Government had increased pay scales in line with inflation since 2010 instead of imposing its pay freezes and pay caps.

The pay scale points used here are the recommended pay scale points published jointly by the National Education Union, ASCL, NAHT, UCAC and Voice in September 2017. However, schools are free to determine the number and value of scale points. There are now no mandatory pay scale points, only a minimum and a maximum for each range.

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