Teacher PRP - More
control over pay?
From the 1st of September 2013, schools are required to link all teachers' pay to their performance. This alteration to the existing pay/reward scheme has received a mixed response from teachers, Headteachers and teachers' unions.
Many believe that the DfE's stance that 'it is up to each school to decide how best to implement new pay arrangements' is somewhat 'laissez-faire'. Headteachers seek fairness but also clarity and transparency in any remuneration scheme.
SchooliP - Linking Pay and Performance
SchooliP has always incorporated an option to record whether a line manager wishes to recommend a teacher for Pay Progression.
We are extending the comprehensive reporting capabilities of the system to enable senior leaders to easily analyse a teacher's performance, supported by evidence and observations, over a historic period. This is particularly important for NQT's, as well as post-threshold teachers. It will prove invaluable in justifying any and all pay/reward decisions.