Teacher Salary

The average salary for a Teacher in the UK is:

£31,214

Job profile for a Teacher

The main focus of my current employment has been to set up as an Independent School. The first part of this was to engage the students in a formal learning process, which had been absent within the current situation for 2 years and even further in some instances if mainstream exclusions are taken into consideration. Once this was completed the whole administrative process that is necessary for Independent Status (Schemes of Work, Curriculum Plans, Whole School Polices etc) was completed, and this year for the first time in the company?s history, the Young People will sit the formal qualifications, obtain the certification that they richly deserve, and either gain a place in further education or move into employment that they have worked so hard to ensure.

Teach in teacher's absence, assist teacher, assist child/children to the bathroom, keep a log book, assist in cleaning the classroom and surrounding areas, ensure that the furnitures in the class is not damage or grafieted by students, replace books if stolen by student, ensure that each student is fed if child is unable to help him/herself, etc. and many more.

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Teacher Salary Comparison

In 2008, the average salary for this job was £39,393.

The average salary in 2009 was £30,889, based on 636 respondents (a difference of -22% from the 2008 figure.

The average salary in 2010 was £31,218, based on 657 respondents (a difference of 1% from the 2009 figure.

The average salary in 2011 was £31,832, based on 514 respondents (a difference of 2% from the 2010 figure.

The average salary in 2012 was £31,658, based on 210 respondents (a difference of -1% from the 2011 figure.

The median salary for a Teacher based on all salary survey responses is: £30,000

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About the Salary Survey Data in this survey is based on over 368,000 individual salary records. The date period for which job information was gathered varies, but is usually between 2008 - 2012. For precise date related information, custom reports may be ordered with greater granularity. Working 8 hours a day, 250 days of the year, the data suggests the hourly rate for Teacher is £15.61.


Assorted Teacher Salary Information

SalaryLocationDate
£31,000Midlands13-November-17
£40,000Midlands2-October-17
£34,500Yorkshire and North East22-February-17
£39,000South West9-February-17
£39,500London8-January-17
£37,000Midlands13-November-16
£31,000Yorkshire and North East8-November-16
£31,000Yorkshire and North East8-November-16
£25,000South East27-September-16
£24,000London30-August-16
Chart to the right shows ten most recent raw datapoints. Outlying points may be discarded.
Graph of Teacher salary data

Teacher Salary By UK Region

SalaryRegion
£28,306Yorkshire and North East
£31,477London
£30,774North West
£32,783Scotland
£30,420East of England
£28,997Midlands
£31,588South West
£30,826Northern Ireland
£31,700South East
£35,770Wales

With regard to age and impact on salary for a Teacher, a statistical average weighting (that is based on how salary varies by age and not for a specific job which may vary considerably) suggests these figures: £23,411 for a worker in their 20s, £30,590 (30s), £36,209 (40s) and £36,209 (50s).
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