> 5@ Jbjbj22
XX-&
FwFwFw8~w*xt
hz(z"zzz|}L}(K0M0}$dRtx~|"|x~x~zz:::x~zz:x~::Vķ,zz()"FwVD,
0p*tn*X,4 4*,}~:~%~S}}}
lFwX
Fw
PART TIME TEACHERS:
PAY AND WORKING TIME
The School Teachers Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) 2008 includes revised statutory provisions on part time teachers pay and working time obligations, effective from 1 September 2008. The NUT has published this guidance to help ensure that these provisions are applied fairly.
This NUT guidance sets out how the revised system works and, in particular, sets out NUT advice on the proper application of the provisions for determining pay, allocating working time and using the payment for additional working time.
The NUT has published an online calculator at www.teachers.org.uk/pay to help part-time teachers with the calculation of their pay entitlement and the calculation and use of their directed time. This guidance shows you how to use that calculator.
This guidance also includes a model agreement for pay and working time for use by teachers and head teachers; guidance for part time teachers who undertake the full responsibility attached to a TLR payment post; and guidance for job sharers.
NUT divisions have been asked to discuss this guidance with their local authorities and seek to ensure the NUTs advice is reflected in any local authority guidance to schools.
Further advice and assistance is available from NUT divisions and associations and from NUT regional offices and NUT Cymru. Separate NUT guidance is available at HYPERLINK "http://www.teachers.org.uk/pay" www.teachers.org.uk/pay on wider issues relating to part time teaching and job sharing.
STPCD PROVISIONS
Calculating part time teachers pay
STPCD para 49 & STPCD statutory guidance paras 131 to 140
Part time teachers will continue to be entitled to be paid on a pro rata basis of the pay rate they would receive if employed full-time in the same post (including basic pay and any additional payments and allowances).
The percentage of the full time pay rate must be calculated on the basis of the schools timetabled teaching week (STTW) - its total weekly teaching hours - and the proportion of those hours which the teacher is deemed to work.
Step 1 is to calculate the schools timetabled teaching week (STTW).
This is made up of all session hours timetabled for teaching during the week, excluding registration periods, assemblies, mid session breaks and lunch breaks. The STTW is used to determine the pay rate for all part time teachers at the school.
Step 2 is to calculate the individual part time teachers total teaching time per week.
This will include all actual class contact hours. It should also include the entitlement to PPA time, either at the minimum statutory level of 10% of teaching time or any higher level of non-contact time provided under school policy. It should also include any leadership and management time (additional non-contact time allocated during school sessions for additional responsibilities undertaken by the teacher).
Step 3 is to divide that figure by the STTW figure.
The resulting figure is the percentage of the full time pay rate which the individual part time teacher must be paid.
This procedure is to be used to determine the appropriate pay rate for all part time teachers, including part time leadership group teachers and ASTs.
Appendix 1 sets out two examples using the above procedure. Appendix 2 gives guidance on the NUTs on-line pay and working time calculator, which should be used by part time teachers in order to ensure that their pay and working time obligations are assessed and allocated fairly.
The STPCD provides that part time teachers must be paid this percentage of the total full time pay entitlement. This means that they are paid a percentage not only of the spine point salary but also any TLR payment attaching to the post. This continues to create problems for those part time teachers who carry out the whole, rather than part, of an additional responsibility. Appendix 3 sets out NUT advice which seeks to protect such teachers by ensuring that they can receive the full additional value of any TLR payment.
Calculating part time teachers working time
STPCD para 77.6 77.9 and STPCD statutory guidance paras 156-165
The STPCD provides that full time classroom teachers (ie all those except leadership group teachers and ASTs) are required to be available for work for a maximum of 1265 hours of directed time.
The percentage obtained in the pay calculation is also used to determine part time teachers directed time obligations. They will be required to be available for work for the same percentage of 1265 hours as the percentage of full time pay.
This percentage of 1265 hours of directed time will cover both the total teaching time and the non-teaching duties undertaken by the part time teacher.
For example, a part time teacher who works 15 teaching hours in a STTW of 25 hours will be entitled to be paid 60% of the appropriate full time pay rate. That part time teacher would be expected to be available for work for a maximum of 759 hours of directed time (60% of 1265 hours). Of this, there would be a maximum of 570 hours of teaching time (15 hours for 38 weeks of term time) and a maximum of 189 hours (759 hours - 570 hours) for directed time for non-teaching duties.
These provisions on working time do not apply to part time leadership group teachers and ASTs, as they are not covered by the STPCD working time provisions for classroom teachers. The STPCD advises only that the workload of part time leadership group teachers and ASTs should be reasonable and that they should be treated fairly in comparison with their full-time equivalents.
Additional working time
STPCD para 77.7 & STPCD statutory guidance para 133 and 161
Part time teachers cannot now be required to work or attend non-pupil days on days when they do not normally work. They may, however, agree to attend staff/departmental meetings, parents/open evenings and INSET days and other non-pupil days on such days by mutual agreement with the head teacher.
Where they do agree to work on days when they do not normally work, this cannot by definition be included in directed time. The STPCD therefore includes a provision for additional payment for this working time. The formula for this payment provides, in effect, for part time teachers to receive 1/1265 of the appropriate full time pay rate for each hour of additional working time.
The STPCD also provides, however, that part time teachers may be directed to work outside school sessions on days when they do normally work, even where they only work the morning session and the meeting is at the end of the afternoon session.
NUT guidance on additional working time and the power to make additional payment, including the circumstances when the provision should be used and the appropriate length of additional working time for which payment should be made, is set out later in this guidance.
Pay safeguarding
STPCD para 49.4-49.6 & STPCD statutory guidance paras 141-145
The STPCD contains provisions for safeguarding for part time teachers whose pay is reduced as a result of the new pay provisions.
Previously the STPCD did not prescribe a specific method for determining the pro rata percentage for part time teachers pay. Different employers therefore used a range of different methods.
The safeguarding provisions protect part time teachers who would be paid less for their working time using the new provisions than they would have been paid using the method their employer formerly used to determine their pay. Each teachers pay entitlement for their current working time should be calculated using both the new provisions and the employers former method. The teacher will be entitled to receive the higher figure.
These provisions do not, however, protect teachers against reductions in pay due to cuts in working hours. The provisions only apply to the teachers working time under the current contract of employment. The teachers pay entitlement may therefore be lower compared to that for the previous school year if the teachers working hours have been reduced.
These safeguarding provisions apply for three years from September 2008.
NUT GUIDANCE ON SECURING FAIR TREATMENT FOR PART TIME TEACHERS
Agreeing the statement of working time obligations
The STPCD makes it clear that, as the starting point, each part time teacher must have an agreed statement of working time obligations (STPCD statutory guidance para 162).
Each part time teacher should discuss and agree each year, with the head teacher, a written statement of working time obligations for the school year. This statement should cover the teachers directed time obligations, covering both teaching time and non-teaching duties, for the year. It should also cover any additional working time which the teacher has agreed to undertake on days when the teacher does not normally work.
For the 2008 school year, therefore, all existing part time teachers should discuss and agree a statement of their working time obligations with the head teacher, which should then be used to determine the pay fraction for the teacher for this year. Such a statement should then be agreed in advance of the start of each subsequent school year.
In future, all newly appointed part time teachers, including those moving to part time work in the same school, should discuss and agree such a statement at the time the job is offered and before the contract commences. In all cases, the teachers concerned should be given the opportunity to say whether or not they accept that the statements of their working time obligations are correct and whether they accept the posts on these conditions.
Appendix 4 sets out an NUT model agreement on working time obligations which deals with all of the relevant areas.
The principle that every teacher should have an agreed statement of directed time obligations applies equally to full time teachers. Not all schools, however, provide this to their full time teachers. The STPCD statutory guidance advises at para 164 that a calendar of meetings etc should be drawn up each year in consultation with staff. The NUT recommends that schools should go further and that all full time teachers should also have a written statement of their directed time obligations.
Determining total teaching time
The following is the NUTs guidance on determining total teaching time which in turn determines the fraction of the full time pay rate which the teacher will receive.
Definition of total teaching time
The calculation of total teaching time should include all teaching time within school sessions. PPA time and any non-contact time allocated for additional responsibilities should also be included.
Teaching during non-teaching periods
Where teachers teach pupils during school sessions but at times which are not lesson times for all pupils (eg teaching pupils who do not attend assemblies during the assembly periods) the NUT advises that this time should be added both to the STTW and the teachers own teaching hours.
Allocation of PPA time
All teachers, including part time teachers, are statutorily entitled to PPA time at a minimum level of 10% of timetabled teaching time.
In some schools, teachers traditionally receive a higher percentage of non-contact time. The STPCD provides that this should not be reduced. Part time teachers in such schools should receive a similar percentage of non-contact time.
Some part time teachers (in particular in secondary schools) may receive their PPA time in the form of free periods timetabled during session time. In such cases, both the periods spent teaching and these free periods should be included in the total teaching time figure. Other teachers (in particular in primary schools) may be timetabled to teach for an entire school session or sessions without any free periods within those sessions. In such cases, the PPA time entitlement should be added to the actual teaching time to obtain the total teaching time figure.
Non-contact time for responsibilities
Where part time teachers undertake additional responsibilities for which full time teachers would receive additional non-contact time, they should also receive additional non-contact time for those responsibilities. This may again either be provided during school sessions in the form of free periods or otherwise be added to the total teaching time.
Where part time teachers carry out only part of the responsibility attaching to a TLR post (eg under a job share arrangement), they should receive an appropriate proportion of additional non-contact time. The pay provisions will provide them with an appropriate proportion of the TLR payment.
Where part time teachers carry out the whole responsibility attaching to a TLR post, additional non-contact time will need to be allocated in order to ensure they receive the full value of the TLR payment. Appendix 3 gives advice on this issue.
Patterns of teaching time
Where teachers work on a fit the timetable basis, working a pattern of lessons scattered throughout the week, the entitlement to PPA time still applies.
The STPCD statutory guidance advises at para 163, however, that schools should seek to avoid such patterns of timetabling which create unpaid trapped time and which also effectively prevent such teachers from taking other employment.
Allocating directed time for non-teaching duties
The STPCD advises that schools arrangements for deployment of part time teachers should avoid any treatment which might constitute unlawful discrimination (STPCD statutory guidance para 156). The NUT will seek to ensure that part time and full time teachers are treated fairly and consistently.
The pay provisions should ensure that part time teachers teaching time, when compared to that of full time teachers, is in proportion to their percentage of full time pay. The STPCD also provides that part time teachers directed time for non-teaching duties, when compared to that of full time teachers, should not be greater than their percentage of full time pay (STPCD para 77.6 / 77.9 & STPCD statutory guidance para 163).
Care must, therefore, be taken over the allocation of directed time for non-teaching duties to part time teachers. Treating part time teachers differently may in some situations constitute unlawful discrimination.
The NUT recommends that the pro rata principle, which underlies the STPCD provisions for payment, should be adopted in relation both to payment and to working time obligations.
Where part time teachers directed time obligations for non-teaching duties are considered, therefore, the starting point should be the pro rata basis. Allocation of directed time in excess of the pro rata basis should be carefully considered in terms of its impact on other areas of directed time.
The allocation of directed time for staff/departmental meetings, parents/open evenings or INSET/non-pupil days, for example, beyond the pro rata basis would place disproportionate pressure upon part time teachers directed time in comparison to full time teachers. It might in turn lead to part time teachers being treated differently from full time teachers in terms of directed time for other non-teaching duties such as assemblies, registration periods or mid-session breaks.
The provision for additional payment for additional working time can provide a solution to difficulties in this area. NUT advice on using that provision is set out below.
The following is the NUTs guidance on the allocation of directed time for non-teaching duties as part of the agreed statement of working time obligations:
Registration and assembly periods
These traditionally form part of all full time teachers directed time. They should continue to be included in all teachers directed time, whether or not the teacher concerned is allocated a registration group or required to attend assembly.
The teacher will, as now, be required to be available to undertake such duties, either on a regular basis or in place of any colleague who is unavailable, or to supervise pupils who do not attend assembly or to undertake any other tasks reasonably directed by the head teacher.
The only exception should be where there has been genuine agreement that the part time teacher will start work at the beginning of the first or a subsequent lesson for personal or timetabling reasons.
Mid-session break times
These again traditionally form part of full time teachers directed time. They should again continue to be included in all teachers directed time, on the basis that some teachers may rostered to be on duty and that all teachers, including those not on duty, will be required to be available to be called upon in any situation requiring their assistance.
Supervisory duties
The NUT believes that every teacher should have an allocation of directed time prior to and after each school session, representing time when the teacher is in practice expected to be present in the classroom to ensure pupils orderly arrival and departure and deal with any queries raised by pupils.
The time allocated should be ten minutes at the start and end of the school day; and five minutes at the end of morning session and beginning of afternoon session.
Other duties
Where part time teachers are directed to undertake some other specific non-teaching activity before, during or after the school day e.g., morning briefings, this time should form part of their directed time.
INSET days and other non-pupil days
For INSET days and other non-pupil days held on a part time teachers normal working days, the NUT takes as its starting point the pro rata principle. The teacher and head teacher should discuss and agree whether the teacher will attend all or a proportion of these days. This working time should form part of the teachers directed time for non-teaching duties up to the pro rata level related to the pay percentage. Beyond this level, use of the provision for payment for additional working time should be considered where this would avoid difficulty over maintaining the pro rata principle for directed time for non-teaching duties.
For INSET days and other non-pupil days held on days when a part time teacher does not normally work, the teacher cannot be required to attend. The teacher may agree to attend but equally has the right to refuse to agree to attend. Where the teacher does agree to attend, the time should not be included in directed time and the teacher should be paid using the provision for payment for additional working time.
In respect of INSET days for professional development purposes, the NUT advises that part time teachers should be permitted to attend all such days, including those which take place on days when they do not normally teach. Failure to allow part time employees access to the same training opportunities as full time employees may constitute unlawful discrimination.
The NUT advises that 6.5 hours should be allocated for each INSET day in order that the total payment matches the normal daily rate of pay which would be received, for example, for one days supply teaching.
Staff/departmental meetings and parents/open evenings
The same principles should apply to such meetings as to INSET days and other non-pupil days.
Where such meetings take place on a part time teachers normal working days and it is agreed that the teacher should attend all such meetings, the time should form part of directed time up to the pro rata level related to the pay percentage. Beyond this, consideration should be given to the use of the provision for payment for additional working time.
Where such meetings take place on days when the teacher does not normally work, the teacher may not be required to attend. Where the teacher does agree to attend, the time should not be included in directed time and the teacher should be paid using the provision for payment for additional working time.
Although the STPCD permits teachers to be directed to attend meetings at the end of a day on which they normally work but have, for example, only taught the morning session, the NUT advises that any such direction must still be reasonable according to the circumstances.
NUT policy on the maximum duration of meetings and the weekly limits on meeting time applies equally to part time teachers as to full time teachers.
Contingency time
The directed time obligation is, for full and part time teachers alike, a maximum figure which does not need to be allocated in full. It is common practice for a certain number of hours to remain unallocated for unforeseen future calls upon the teachers time.
Where part of full time teachers directed time is either unallocated or allocated for contingency purposes, a comparable proportion of part time teachers directed time should be treated similarly.
In addition, part time teachers should not have proportionately more of this time called upon than full time teachers (STPCD statutory guidance para 163).
Disturbance travel time
The NUT recommends that, where part time teachers agree to work on days when they do not normally work and therefore have to undertake an additional journey to and from school, the travel time should be included in the total additional working time for which additional payment is made.
Appendix 2 sets out an example of how the NUT calculator for part time teachers pay and working time can be used to allocate directed time for teaching and non-teaching duties and determine each teachers remaining directed time obligations. The example also shows how teachers can be affected if any of the above are excluded from directed time.
Using the provision for payment for additional working time
Where part time teachers agree to additional working time on days when the teacher does not normally work, and this work is directly connected to their normal part time posts (e.g., INSET days, staff/departmental meetings and parents/open evenings), the provision for payment for additional working time should in all cases be used.
Where the work involved occupies a whole school day (e.g., an INSET day), the teacher should be paid for no less than 6.5 hours, in order to ensure that the payment is at least equal to that which they would receive if employed under the short notice employment provisions for supply teachers.
Where, however, part time teachers agree to additional working time which is not directly connected to their normal part time posts (e.g., one days cover for an absent colleague), the NUT recommends that they are paid using the short notice provisions for supply teachers i.e., 1/195 of the appropriate full time pay for each full day or a fraction thereof for each part day.
As noted above, this provision can also be used, by agreement, to make payment for working time on normal working days which is difficult to accommodate within directed time. This will avoid the temptation to remove directed time from part time teachers for such matters as registration, assemblies or mid session breaks in order to accommodate other directed time activities such as meetings. Such removal could constitute unfair or even potentially discriminatory treatment. The agreement on working time could identify such time as additional working time, outside directed time, with the teacher paid additionally using this provision.
Dealing with problems over working on non-teaching days
While the STPCD states that part time teachers should only work on such days by agreement, the NUT is concerned that in many cases there will be no real agreement since part time teachers will in practice feel obliged to agree to do this in order to obtain work.
Some part time teachers who have agreed to work on days when they do not normally work, even in return for additional payment, may subsequently have genuine difficulties in doing so. The NUT advises that, where this is the case, head teachers should respect this position. The NUT also advises that head teachers may not, in any case, direct teachers to work in circumstances where such a direction would be unreasonable, even where the teacher has previously agreed to be available.
Supporting leadership group teachers and ASTs
As noted earlier, these working time provisions do not apply to part time leadership group teachers and ASTs. Their only protection is the STPCD advice that their workload should be reasonable and that they should be treated fairly in comparison with full time counterparts.
The NUT believes that all such teachers should have an agreed statement of their working time obligations, in order to ensure that disputes over their obligations can be avoided and their comparative workload can be fairly assessed. Similar principles should be adopted with regard to their working time obligations on days when they do not normally teach.
Supporting job sharers
Job sharing is an arrangement under which two or more teachers share one single full time post between them. As such, job sharing is a form of part time work.
The pay and working time obligations for teachers working in job share arrangements are therefore calculated on the same basis as for other part time teachers. There are, however, particular issues which should form part of the agreement on working time obligations for such teachers. Appendix 5 gives advice on these matters.
Protecting peripatetic part time teachers
Many peripatetic part time teachers have previously been paid for travel time during their working days. The revised provisions do not provide any justification for removing travel time from paid working time. The NUT recommends that this time is either included in total teaching time, falling as it does during school session time, or alternatively paid as additional working time. It should not be regarded as non-teaching directed time, as this would significantly reduce the teachers directed time for other non-teaching duties and, in particular, potentially affect their access to CPD.
Responding to proposed variations to agreed working time
These changes do not of themselves require any changes to the actual length of teaching time that part time teachers are currently contracted to teach. Any changes to part time teachers hours or days of work should be by agreement. The NUT will not accept any situation in which changes in working practices or reductions in staffing levels are achieved solely or principally at the expense of part time workers.
OTHER PAY AND CONDITIONS PROVISIONS FOR PART TIME TEACHERS
There have been no changes to any other matters of pay and conditions of service for part time teachers. The rules governing starting pay and pay progression for part-time teachers, for example, continue to operate in the same way as for full time teachers. Any school pay policy on starting pay and allocation of additional discretionary points should apply to part time teachers in the same way as full time teachers, whatever the pay grade. The NUTs separate and fuller guidance on part time teachers pay and conditions sets out detailed advice on entitlements in this area.
National Union of Teachers
September 2008
APPENDIX 1:
WORKED EXAMPLES OF PAY CALCULATION FOR PART TIME TEACHERS
The following examples assume that PPA time and non-contact time are already included in the teachers total teaching hours (see the NUT guidance and NUT on-line pay and working time calculator for further information on this point).
Example 1
Part time teacher employed for 5 mornings only
Schools timetabled teaching hoursmorning session 3x 5=15afternoon session 2x510total timetabled teaching hours25Actual teaching hoursmorning session 3x515afternoon session 0x0=0total actual teaching hours15% of full time pay=60%
Example 2
Part time teacher employed for 3 mornings and 1 afternoon
Schools timetabled teaching hoursmorning session 3x 5=15afternoon session 2x510total timetabled teaching hours25Actual teaching hoursmorning session 3x39afternoon session 2x1=2total actual teaching hours11% of full time pay=44%
APPENDIX 2:
NUT PAY AND WORKING TIME CALCULATOR FOR PART TIME TEACHERS
This appendix gives guidance on the NUTs pay and working time calculator for part time teachers which is available at HYPERLINK "http://www.teachers.org.uk/calculator" www.teachers.org.uk/calculator. The worked example below demonstrates how the calculator works. It is an Excel file which will automatically carry out the calculations for you. Insert your own information in the yellow fields and the pink fields will display the answers.
Make sure you use the NUT calculator and ensure you are being treated fairly and properly, both in terms of the fraction of full time pay which you receive and in terms of the teaching and non-teaching duties which you are asked to carry out.
Part time teacher
three mornings per week and one afternoon
In this example, the teachers working time arrangements are as follows:
total teaching time made up of teaching time of three mornings per week and one afternoon, and an additional 10% PPA time;
directed time for three registration periods, one assembly, three mid-session breaks, and supervision of pupils for ten minutes at the start and end of each day and five minutes at the start and end of each lunch break (in line with NUT policy);
staff meetings for one hour per week, five INSET/non-pupil days and three parents evenings, allocated on a pro rata basis between directed time and additional working time for non-teaching duties;
10 hours of unallocated contingency time.
PART 1 - PAY
Hoursxno of daysSchools timetabled teaching weekmorning session 3x 5=15afternoon session 2x510STTW (total timetabled teaching hours)25Part time teachers actual teaching hoursmorning session 3x39afternoon session 2x1=2total actual teaching hours11PPA time (if not included in actual teaching hours) at 10%=1.1Additional non-contact time for responsibilities (if not included in actual teaching hrs)=0Additional non-contact time to ensure full payment of TLR payments=0Part time teachers "total teaching time" on which pay is calculated=12.1Part time teachers % of full time pay=48.4%
PART 2 - WORKING TIMEMaximum directed time for full time teacher (hours)1265Part time teachers % of full time pay48.4%Part time teachers maximum directed time (hours)1265 x % of full time612.3Part time teachers maximum directed time for teaching duties (hours)
459.8Part time teachers maximum directed time for non-teaching duties (hours)
152.5Proposed directed time for non-teaching duties
hoursRegistration (minutes per week)30=19Assembly (minutes per week)15=9.5Mid-session break (minutes per week)45=28.5Supervisory duties (minutes per week) 60=38Other duties (minutes per week) 0=0Staff meetings (minutes per week)30=19Parents/open evenings (hours per year)4.5=4.5INSET/non-pupil days (hours per year)16.25=16.25Contingency time (hours per year) 10=10Total proposed directed time for non-teaching duties (hours)
144.75Part time teachers maximum directed time for non-teaching duties (hours)
152.5Remaining directed time for non-teaching duties (hrs)7.75Additional working time on non-teaching days and/or outside directed timehoursStaff meetings (minutes per week)30=19INSET/non-pupil days (hours per year)16.25=16.25Parents/open evenings (hours per year)4.5=4.5Other duties (hours per year)0=0"Disturbance" travel time (hours per year)5=5Total additional working time to be paid using additional payment provision (hours)=44.75APPENDIX 3:
NUT CALCULATOR FOR TLR PAYMENTS FOR PART TIME TEACHERS
Many part time teachers undertake the full additional duties of, for example, posts of subject co-ordinator, faculty leader or pastoral manager. In such cases, the NUT believes strongly that such part time teachers should receive the same additional payment as a full time teacher would receive for that work.
The STPCD provisions, however, mean that TLR payments are paid to part time teachers on the same percentage basis as the rest of their pay. They will not receive the full value of the TLR payment unless steps are taken to increase their pay to make up the missing fraction of the TLR payment.
This is done by increasing the part time teachers total teaching time, from which the part time teachers pay percentage is calculated, by the amount of time necessary to increase the pay percentage as well and provide the appropriate increase in total pay.
The formula set out below will deliver the exact shortfall in TLR payments. It may appear complex but advice on carrying out the calculation is available from NUT regional offices and NUT Cymru. More rough and ready calculations which deliver approximately the correct increase may be acceptable.
Calculate an initial total teaching time figure for the part time teacher made up of:
the teachers actual class contact hours;
PPA time at 10% or higher non-contact time in accordance with school policy;
additional non-contact time for responsibilities (where this would be allocated to a full time teacher).
NB: the proportion of the additional non-contact time for responsibilities should be the same as the proportion of class contact hours and PPA/non-contact time. Otherwise the calculation affects the proportion of basic pay as well and does not deliver the additional pay increase for the TLR payment alone.
Then calculate the additional time which must be added to this initial figure in order to provide the appropriate increase in total pay, as follows.
Work out an initial percentage of total pay figure based on the above figure
Initial total teaching time divided by the STTW.
Work out the shortfall in the full value of the TLR payment
Full value of TLR minus TLR being paid (full value of TLR x percentage of total pay).
Work out the percentage increase in total teaching time to be added to the initial total teaching time figure
Shortfall in TLR divided by Actual total pay.
Work out the final total teaching time figure
Initial teaching time figure increased by that percentage.
Work out the final percentage of total pay for the teacher
Final total teaching time divided by STTW.
An example follows!
Example
This example uses the working time pattern referred to in Appendix 2. Assume the teacher is paid on UPS3 (full time pay rate 35,121) and undertakes the full responsibilities of a post for which a full time teacher would be paid a TLR payment of 8000.
Initial percentage of total pay
Initial total teaching time divided by the STTW
12.1 hours divided by 25 hours
= 48.4%
Shortfall in full value of TLR
Full value of TLR minus TLR being paid (full value of TLR x percentage of total pay)
8000 minus 48.4% of 8000 (3872)
= 4128
Percentage increase in initial total teaching time required:
Shortfall in TLR divided by Actual total pay
4128 / 43,121
= 9.6%
Final teaching time figure required:
Initial teaching time figure increased by that percentage
12.1 hours plus (9.6% of 25 hours = 2.4 hours)
= 14.5 hours
Final percentage of total pay figure:
Final total teaching time divided by STTW
14.5 hours divided by 25 hours
= 0.58
APPENDIX 4:
MODEL AGREEMENT FOR PART TIME TEACHERS WORKING TIME
This model agreement is intended to record clearly the agreed terms of each part time teachers working time obligations, in terms of teaching and non-teaching activities, in order to ensure that any subsequent uncertainty or dispute is avoided and that every part time teachers pay reflects the full extent of their work.
Mr/Ms ..
Days of Work
Monday am Monday pm
Tuesday am Tuesday pm
Wednesday am Wednesday pm
Thursday am Thursday pm
Friday am Friday pm
Teaching Duties
Teaching
Teaching time will be for a maximum of ... hours per week of the schools timetabled teaching week of hours, allocated as follows:
Monday am Monday pm
Tuesday am Tuesday pm
Wednesday am Wednesday pm
Thursday am Thursday pm
Friday am Friday pm
Trapped time in timetabling arrangements will be treated as paid non-contact time.
PPA and Non-Contact Time
PPA & non-contact time will be pro-rata to that for full-time teachers in similar positions and will be for hours/periods per week.
TLR Payments
Additional non-contact time will be allocated to provide the full value of TLR payment for additional responsibilities undertaken in full and will be for hours per week.
Non-Teaching Duties
Registration
[delete as appropriate]
Be responsible for registering a class on every working day morning and/or afternoon.
Be available for other duties as reasonably directed.
Assemblies and Mid-Session Breaks
Be present during the above and be available as reasonably necessary in the same way as full time teachers during this time.
Other Duties
[delete as appropriate]
Be required to undertake other duties for up to hours per week.
Be available to undertake other duties as reasonably required for which directed time will be allocated.
Staff/Departmental Meetings
[delete as appropriate]
Attend staff meetings only on days normally worked.
Attend all staff meetings with additional paid working time as appropriate.
Attend on some other basis (please specify).
Parental Consultation Meetings & Open Meetings
[delete as appropriate]
Attend parents/open meetings only on days normally worked.
Attend all parents/open meetings, with additional paid working time as appropriate.
Attend on some other basis (please specify).
INSET/non-pupil days
[delete as appropriate]
Attend INSET/non-pupil days only on days normally worked.
Attend non-pupil days only on days normally worked and attend all INSET days, with additional paid working time as appropriate.
Attend on some other basis (please specify).
Disturbance Travel Time
Receive minutes/hours in disturbance travel time in relation to all meetings and INSET/non-pupil days on non-working days.
Contingency Time
Be allocated hours per year to cover unforeseen needs pro rata to contingency time allocated to full time teachers.
Changes to these Arrangements
Any reasonable changes to these arrangements will be subject to consultation and discussion between the two parties. Additional paid working time will be added when additional duties accrue.
Signed: .. Teacher
. Head Teacher
APPENDIX 5:
JOB SHARERS
The following additional matters should form part of the job share agreement and/or the agreement on each job sharers working time obligations as appropriate.
The job share agreement should provide that funding will be available at up to 1.1 FTE (ie 10 per cent greater than the full time salary) in total for the job share arrangement.
Each job sharer should, from this additional element of funding, be provided with additional non-contact handover time within their contractual working time, in order to meet to co-ordinate the preparation and planning of their teaching and other duties and ensure the effective functioning of the job share.
Each job sharer should also receive at least the same proportion of PPA time as a full time classroom teacher and to any additional non-contact time attaching to leadership & management responsibilities, divided according to the fraction of full time which they each work, as a full time teacher employed in the particular post.
Only one job share partner at any one time should be required to undertake professional duties other than teaching (e.g. supervision duties or attending staff meetings) at any one time.
Each job share partner should be permitted to choose to attend all INSET meetings and parental consultation evenings, with additional payment for such attendance on days when they do not normally teach, funded from the additional element of funding.
The above should be subject to the overriding principle that part time teachers should not be required to undertake such duties on days when they do not normally teach other than by agreement.
Job sharers who work additional days in order to cover for the absence of their job share partners should receive additional payment for doing so, funded from the schools cover budget and paid at the usual rates for supply teachers or short time appointees as appropriate.
Where a school operates a timetable cycle longer than one week eg a two week timetable, the calculation should cover the whole of the cycle. Where a school operates different timetables for parts of the school eg Key Stages 1 and 2, the calculation should be made separately for each part of the school .
Where a teacher works across two different parts of the school which have two different STTWs the calculations should be made separately and aggregated to give the appropriate pay fraction.
PAGE
PAGE 19
,-.1 M U
νβzgQg*jhq
hS|w5CJU^JaJ$jhq
hS|w5CJU^JaJhq
hK5CJ^JaJhq
hV$5CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJ
hq
5CJ
hS|w5CJhq
hS|wCJaJhq
hq
6CJ
hq
6CJhq
hS|w6CJhq
hq
6CJaJhq
hq
56CJaJjhq
UmHnHu,-./01N O ;
<
46()@#@#|@#|@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@# $1$a$gdq
1$$&dPa$gdq
$p^p`a$gdq
p$dN^p`gdq
gdq
-#I
&'(,-12;<?@yz{;<=>γΨΝΝΝΐtgZgggPhS|wCJ^JaJhq
haCJ^JaJhq
hwWRCJ^JaJhq
hS|w6CJ^JaJhq
hwWR6CJ^JaJhq
h:CJ^JaJhl5CJ^JaJhq
5CJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
hK5CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJ$jhq
hS|w5CJU^JaJhq
hS|w0J5CJ^JaJ ?@z{VW=>?@|})@#@#@#@#@#@#؎@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#$a$gdq
$1$^a$gdq
$
&F1$a$gdq
$1$a$gdq
>?@F})*9>]^_*+fιιΟΟΒwάwi[ےhq
hwWR5CJ^JaJhq
ha6CJ^JaJhq
hwWRCJ^JaJhq
hwWR6CJ^JaJhq
h:CJ^JaJhq
hKCJ^JaJhq
haCJ^JaJ(jhq
hS|w0JCJH*U^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJhq
hlCJ^JaJhlCJ^JaJ")*^_#$*+gh!@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#؎@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#؎@#@#`;
@#@# $1$a$gdq
fgh > Q g !!! !-! ""7"(#)#f#g#h###$ǭǺǺǺǺǒtfXfhq
ha5CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJhq
hwWR5CJ^JaJhq
hwWR56CJ^JaJhq
h:5CJ^JaJhq
hKCJ^JaJhq
h:CJ^JaJhq
haCJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
hS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hwWRCJ^JaJhq
hS|w6CJ^JaJ!!
""##(#)#g#h###$$_&`&''(((O(P(((0)1)@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#؎@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@# $1$a$gdq
$a$gdq
$1$a$gdq
$$_&`&''''((O(P((
).)--//_00,1O1P1Q12<2=2>233]3s3t3u3潯潒xxhXhq
hl56CJ^JaJhq
hwWR56CJ^JaJhq
hlCJ^JaJhS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hKCJ^JaJhq
ha6CJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
hK5CJ^JaJhq
hl5CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJhl5CJ^JaJ"1)**8,9,--j.k.^0_000+1,1P1Q122=2>2\3]3t3u33@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#̔@#@#L@#@#̔@#@#0S
@#@#̔@#̔@#hA$
&F1$a$gdq
$
&F
1$a$gdq
$1$a$gdq
u33344#7H7I7J7888999::::q<<?=c==?z?\@k@@@@@@@AA5B6B7BBBBBBBCC@CRCbEEE̿̿̿hq
h6CJ^JaJhq
hS|w6CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJhS|wCJ^JaJhq
hlCJ^JaJhS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hKCJ^JaJhlCJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJ23444"7#7I7J78899::::;p<q<<<=={?|?S@T@@#@#L@#@#@#@#̔@#@#@#@#0S
@#@#L@#@#̔@#@#hA@#L@#@#@#@#x/
@#@#h@#@#@# $1$a$gdq
$
&F1$a$gdq
$1$a$gdlT@AA6B7BDDDDaEbEEE{F|FGGG_H`HxHyHIIII K@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#̔@#@#L@#@#0S
@#@#@#L@#@#̔@#@#@#@#̔@#@#0S
$1$a$gdl$
&F1$a$gdq
$1$a$gdq
EEzF{F|FGGGG`HwHxHyHIIIIK K!KKKKKZL[L\L]L_LLLLLLOMOPPP/SdSeSfSSSS(U)U*UZV[V\VlWmWnWXXµµµ槜µµhq
hKCJ^JaJhl>*CJ^JaJhq
hS|w>*CJ^JaJhS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hS|w56CJ^JaJhlCJ^JaJhS|wCJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
hlCJ^JaJ7 K!KKKKKLLLLMONOPP^R.S/SeSfSSS)U*U[V\VmWnW@#@#hA@#@#̔@#@#L@#@#̔@#@#v@#@#d@#@#@#L@#@#̔@#@#hA@#@#@#@#0S
@#@#0S
@# $1$a$gdq
$
&F1$a$gdq
$1$a$gdlnWXXXXYYYYZZZZ[[]][]\]^^__PaQacc@#hA@#@#̔@#@#0S
@#@#L@#@#\G@#@#̔@#̔@#0S
@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@# $1$a$gdl $1$a$gdq
$
&F1$a$gdq
XXXXYYYYYY_ZZZZZZ[[]][]
^^^^^^^^[`\`]`_```````¸̸̪̚|̸̸̸̸̸̸ncnchl>*CJ^JaJhq
hS|w>*CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJhlhl56CJ^JaJhq
hS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hS|w6CJ^JaJhlCJ^JaJhS|wCJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
hlCJ^JaJhS|w56CJ^JaJhl56CJ^JaJ&`ccd
dd|U|V|m|n|o|p|q||||||DF\_ܸ«ܸϠyhXhS|w^JaJhXhS|w5^JaJhXhXhX5^JaJhXhX^JaJhq
h<CJ^JaJhXCJ^JaJhq
hCJ^JaJhq
hXCJ^JaJhS|wCJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
h_CJ^JaJ.||||||5`53J5.5kd<'$$Ifl֞
$">7
6`v$644
la$$&`#$/Ifa$gdX||||}}}}}}}}!}$}%}'}N}P}S}f5D5&55`5J5.5f5D5&55`5J555`5Ff.Ff*$$&`#$/Ifa$gdXS}T}~}}}}}N;J5;.5;f5;D5;&5$$&`#$/Ifa$gdXkd&0$$Ifl\
$"\7
6`(v$644
lap(}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}5`5J5.5f5D5&55`5J555`5FfS7Ff`3$$&`#$/Ifa$gdX}}~~~N;5;5;`5$$&`#$/Ifa$gdXkdg9$$Ifl\
$"\7
6`(v$644
lap(~ ~z~|~~~lY5Y5Y`5$$&`#$/Ifa$gdXkd:$$IflF
$~7
6`v$644
lap~~~~~~lY5Y5Y`5$$&`#$/Ifa$gdXkd
<$$IflF
$~7
6`v$644
lap~~lY5Y5Y`5$$&`#$/Ifa$gdXkd.=$$IflF
$~7
6`v$644
lap;=ClY5Y5Y`5$$&`#$/Ifa$gdXkd%>$$IflF
$~7
6`v$644
lapCDF\]^_ljWS\MWz5W5W`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkd?$$IflF
$~7
6`v$644
lap_`(elS5lz5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkd?$$Ifl^\
$*R ''8
6@v$644
la_`12:;
,-UVrtwx{|ہ܁'(,./0WZ]`abÂ˂̂ۂ
rh^JaJhXh^JaJhXh_^JaJhXhS|w^JaJhXhS|wCJ^JaJPlS5lz5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkd@$$Ifl\
$*R ''8
6@v$644
la5lS5lz5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdA$$Ifl\
$*R ''8
6@v$644
ladQS5Qz5Q5Q`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkd}B$$Ifl\
$*R ''8
6@v$644
lap)+15lS5lz5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdC$$Ifl\
$*R ''8
6@v$644
la12468:N;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdD$$Ifl\
$*R '8
6@(v$644
lap(:;5l5l5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdE$$Ifl\
$*R '8
6@v$644
lalkYS5Yz5Y5Y`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdF$$IflF
$|'8
6@v$644
lapހ5l5l5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdG$$Ifl\
$*R '8
6@v$644
lalkYS5Yz5Y5Y`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdH$$IflF
$|'8
6@v$644
lap"$&,5l5l5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdI$$Ifl\
$*R '8
6@v$644
la,-MPRUkS5z55`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXmkdJ$$IflF
$|'8
6@v$644
laUVruw{N;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdK$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap({|N;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdL$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(ӁցہN;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdN$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(ہ܁N;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdBO$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap('*,/N;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdP$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(/0W[]aN;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdQ$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(abN;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdS$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(N;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdZT$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(Âłǂɂ˂N;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdU$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(˂̂
5l5l5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdV$$Ifl\
$*R '8
6@v$644
lalkYS5Yz5Y5Y`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdW$$IflF
$|'8
6@v$644
laphjlr5l5l5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdX$$Ifl\
$*R '8
6@v$644
larsuwy{lkYS5Yz5Y5Y`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdY$$IflF
$|'8
6@v$644
laprs{|348:;<cgjopqǄȄKUWZ[\]|=G67տhq
h<CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5@CJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhXh-^JaJhXh_^JaJh^JaJhXh^JaJhXhS|w^JaJhXhS|wCJ^JaJ5{|5l5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdZ$$Ifl\
$*R '8
6@v$644
laltYS5Yz5Y5Y`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkd[$$IflF
$|'8
6@v$644
lap
l5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkd\$$Ifl\
$*R '8
6@v$644
la368;lAS5z55`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXmkd]$$IflF
$|'8
6@v$644
la;<bhjpN;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdk^$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(pqN;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkd_$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(ÄńǄN;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkda$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(ǄȄN;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdRb$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(N;S5;z5;5;`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdc$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@(v$644
lap(SU[5l5l5l`5$$&@#$/Ifa$gdXkdd$$Ifl\
$*R 8
6@v$644
la[\iۆ܆ld[@#d@#[@#[@#[@#[@#[@#[@# $1$a$gdq
$a$gdq
kde$$IflF
$|8
6@v$644
lap
7MRtو '678ADKLS`a suxˌ;=>Gshq
he9KCJ^JaJhe9KCJ^JaJhq
hXCJ^JaJhS|wCJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJhq
h_5CJ^JaJhq
h_CJ^JaJhq
hta5CJ^JaJhq
h<5CJ^JaJhq
h<CJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJ- 67 rs=>U@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#hA@#@#@#@#@#@#@#؎@#@#@#؎$
&F1$a$gdq
$1$`a$gdq
$
&F1$a$gdq
$1$a$gde9K $1$a$gdX$
&F1$a$gdq
$1$a$gdq
GIJRSjsݍDSTUcǎȎَ'Ḏxjxjhq
h$6CJ^JaJhq
hS|w6>*CJ^JaJhe9K6CJ^JaJhq
h_6>*CJ^JaJhq
hS|w6CJ^JaJhq
h_6CJ^JaJhq
htaCJ^JaJhq
h_CJ^JaJhq
h$CJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
h<CJ^JaJ&UVȎ'bc͏Ώ>^gh@#@#hA@#؎@#@#@#؎@#؎@#@#؎@#@#@#@#̔@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#$
0d*$a$gdq
$1$`a$gdq
$1$^a$gdq
$
&F1$a$gdq
$1$a$gdq
DP`abcƏˏ̏͏Ώ*4őϑɻwj]j]O]O]Bhq
h<CJ^JaJhq
h$>*CJ^JaJhq
h$CJ^JaJhq
h_CJ^JaJhq
h_56CJ^JaJhe9KCJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
hta6>*CJ^JaJhq
htaCJ^JaJhq
hta6CJ^JaJhq
hS|w6CJ^JaJhe9K6CJ^JaJhq
h$6CJ^JaJhq
h$6>*CJ^JaJhߑ
MN{%34\]@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#
$1$^a$gdq
$1$a$gdq
$1$`a$gdq
$
0d*$a$gdq
ϑ_iؒ34Z[y<>SUb
#$%xj]xhe9K56CJ^JaJhq
he9K6CJ^JaJhS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5@CJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJh[CJ^JaJhq
h(X>*CJ^JaJhq
h(XCJ^JaJhq
h$>*CJ^JaJhq
h$CJ^JaJ#<=>STUbcƕ
$%@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#̔@#؎$^a$gdq
$a$gdq
$
0d*$a$gdq
$1$a$gdq
%̖3RS×JKXY+CD@#hA@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#̔@#̔@#hA@#@#̔@#̔@#hA@#@#@#@#̔@#@#@#hA$^a$gdq
$a$gdq
$
&Fa$gdq
×KWXY +BCDәtۚܚݚޚEFHd{|}ܛ㸭㣖㣖㌣㌣rrhq
h(XCJ^JaJhe9Khe9KCJ^JaJhe9KCJ^JaJhq
he9KCJ^JaJhS|wCJ^JaJhe9K5CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJhS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
he9K56CJ^JaJ,ҙәstݚޚGHd|},-\t@#@#@#@#̔@#̔@#hA@#@#̔@#@#@#@#@#hA@#@#̔@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#̔@#$^a$gdq
$a$gdq
$
&Fa$gdq
$a$gde9K*+-\stu124I`ab~ϝIJLMfg¨¨¨¨whS|w56CJ^JaJhe9K56CJ^JaJhq
h@CJ^JaJh(XCJ^JaJhq
h(XCJ^JaJhq
he9KCJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
hS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hpcCJ^JaJhS|wCJ^JaJhe9KCJ^JaJ.tu34IabKLMgh@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#̔@#@#@#@#@#hA@#@#@#@#̔@#̔@#̔@#hA@#@#̔@#̔$
&F
a$gdq
$^a$gdq
$a$gde9K$
&Fa$gdq
$a$gdq
ghsU[\yʠhi-.bc˩̩!"#$&')*,-/ɼ㮣㇁{wsksksksksjhnUhnhL8
hnCJ
hL8CJjhL80JCJUhq
hS|w5@CJ^JaJhe9K5CJ^JaJhq
hS|w5CJ^JaJhS|w56CJ^JaJhq
hS|w56CJ^JaJhe9KCJ^JaJhq
hS|wCJ^JaJhq
he9K56CJ^JaJ(rsRSTUȠɠʠjkUV@#hA@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#@#L@#@#0S
@#@#0S
$
&Fa$gdq
$
0d*$a$gdq
$a$gdq
$
&F
a$gdq
Z[UV+,-b"#%&()+,./89:@#@#L@#@#L@#@#L@#@#0S
@#@#@#@#&`#$gd$a$gdl$
&Fa$gdq
$a$gdq
/0678:;ABDEFHIJ̿hq
hS|wCJ^JaJhnh80JmHnHu
h0Jjh0JUhL8
hL80JjhL80JU:FGHIJ5@#5@#$a$gdq
$a$&`#$gd3 0
00&P :pBP. A!"#$%nSA>xSx{R,5\*PNG
IHDRVgAMAu pHYsSaIDATx^]w`!pB.H**6`U*(@irtTЋH%]i$mݝݻKn~%{3mycR,P)/蕰xA^ -P Ut/PeH^ -P Ut/PeH^ -P Ut/PeH^ -P Ut/PeH^ -P Ut/Pe
}+BJ%:z?[@2+KL܈M}d¶LP.cBBX*T0Э$.,__
tC1Y`d0í$ژћMEݧ aCf:r@Hb@ϓcYr.^IdZ 8;ePf`h5,Iʰ/Q5DHs}CpoSxpzjIϖݖ]p2AڜcD(KSᏆ~]ci%LS7KS$%ԗҭ?wz?IWU؆ӶQakX;}3Ğ>t
&\ĭA(Q6}j:@El![qNo.?svp&p1*V)oNÇU7ssGM
q$|.#
\OAG/nj
G 88rAN5Io%H?i-t8|~x$6&HDb(&o?(i~[EgyvR\A!]@v՜܇yJ:N:7g&7u,t8jo_<_oHV-8?^v
;D֛A>d"d(x! 7J)q;3U3IW$;4!#cw3MD^t@q+#L05YTMH,AO*,-'\.:}G",5嘓
R$nws0b{]Jt"6yD2LVVɉűKu#CU"aYR*!vsСJe:} Y=nќ1bO,g5$8na#NYPePtj$-q<8}-Ħ*m.2CLlˡ1f# }FnيP%$222fB$D.v. ;L
@
}bu1nY|}pѢ_%~
ueqU_V.rIW#9.la[q_Ь<.́C=ERjCJ!AYȟ=s/.hD27)
FCdRN5x;ޒRY]:ț+S)e{SN\N9`U`-ۙ
t0
Ά
dUa5UԽ>Iޱdz{xn^p丸"?}Xw\Pç/-@+.5* .B;9HErhz,v.]>bq%LH/۹&(82<&O;wϸ@XΦђԖxZ'f|
U^w/[ނ`:qQNFrIT^rfVN'_)f$J~GhTX]Os{Rv쬭:Г>̅oӵz7(7J+@1b>">[
"6,5D[%:T1{5xh*߯%3<#6+/ܣE7<" (nHNhcs\#\Sv娹9Y8,2vG$~y\$s2Ϡ#Qd<jT;~.${#TYxPd1VɺLwr)*3X/81!*fho~k
O |S|p9cxJ)̎sK6%Cٻt~cyvSp@Ks£V2)dڜ4Vbߧn#`y0ůt6&ƹ-׆
Sh#,Aޏ6Ƶ)ue(}/*eLS:ӊAm5^n,I$¶;
u _śʍMA[P\R
z{"ݗxMɠ(F~dDԹ2QtW,qXOlC0+OrXO485l
1!amRR2ހ WZ.|U!V
rf7R
Oo%
iCd%-G:g.U¸*V8b^Hp5x04;W
Qǔ:G=9s}I?/ΉX\S1r*$wx3#?~)4D*\RUI9ԕC\6dxa/c,jmF D2onV#'C'3&,\=;nϝhEMYM7Dƚ暓"x_k¨p
W~ ,pJTLD,Y7ݐJX@.cijwUfR5=,C@*}/&Na>W\j#ET*A}GxuNhaW(ݔ
^+MP'ZЭɻẳUe\\{/pيj
QkM^\Wac
t![>9`3f_::4}Us2wP'Q:t^XoC[KfR5{=^w
."9hX4ZEjvڎg>Ry|6KT½O7qz4Ɂ#^AukLƤQM/{:6OCAX(6}* 蛩B;kT0ӋPxԵv/04M^N6g;wXD<;kt@\hKڢ96TǸߠ kL~AtRtK BfP0ںRlJ _]ElsIb5js;S8҉Kzz7Μm&k~ɣkYUoaϧm-=c-O#췦=/d9cԦDC 9ob9:ưT!7n5,X9v֑mi~챔'(;]v/l~o'Y(= ed(˾߃M@[ICrz*L/C
&*.F7p̓C::åe>hb8t-#饵FeE,H͔9tFu|{\\-VA$5AZO~J}ў.?۞}y!C{Y,q4VMgjpX {9[>=_$7 7}0tˤ;QxpwdUx' iEnoj5Zg:&E<,U)vņF:|/OZ13DGRfg<+gW/9?W[JFȬ͏faFKu)(JX``6ΪF19nTś|+ $;UFR;(B8Xe<귪6%7U_.L/gC.7oCPzvVZqطChoSܳ6Dg[8wO'E/|n7#n^&N8)
8ndQ.v9O_ѶeňD[*dÔF5ᐓhjX{ 0rz^-B篵[s#.u~Ͽx})B@rzFL.XİXeT喝xgG@Ν``Bk"̢IWv""[sXwZ5%&SR''e}:#`tJIkuv9drč)-({.ۋ!BQ!<4xrI?o)zs_lx,6δK\;%f}V=|\>P
hsv>,8C?RА*@v'!h=
KonQq4zˢ?u0Pfk;2=ɣXEY8!R60"y%BlҾe<_WTͩÑ?ǩoMTL 7pC֮I !D.=gv&=fWu!,gұP=n0o-]+([ѠD-?Gi
17Zilz+\jY?Lt9_z,xP
T?-֡Ӊ<4Vy&fE6uBKZ7Rr]l_WWc^9̐Q&,W9Gf#/
y'~Dz!ݘrTH2yOud洡e
a6lz6#ۚH;ӣe&5Fv*uT`uɝ
a$!w܅!cUA-2_yS5">BKY63#0VCk>A|2{"x
s<seV
"{-!.g߈ȑJna
[-?iB(>S*&zٱ}a=@4X&3\[o G~'ȿv N=n^EE&^xZ¦pN1;NbY7t@'o}z+
ReO9 \%![縤Өl0f8XC|nS0{lB*UW+zoռ)Qϼ
Q;Jx݄aE*NݘK`ԭz}'Xyqy}a;ScVA'Fp
跜{~.)'T]:{*b~$l8:ܜ?4$_R=z{9ߵoRܳ)0%W!KvTAq&Q,KxUy@^`et
0F&ұfQ`$¾-4NaC!W~N(
ݞǙe[c~wyl=NjFq $g$iR:
fFp8Ɯ;ziQE$yﭩw,Ѡ42MNw^ZhR(T'EsIfB\PQhվEǴTOp[29g
qVy^/.5'w&S'Kօ#qLkrɳE7p!mg*vPF.7|__~~qYUM6` :54yfcuMN\)uM:ay뮝Q`srwd5Kqbx}_K*]T!O>|'Zq(ހ۱Գ]Ӌ_i-J^-
+UWEGs(`Y*g%'&;p_[ D+p9J0 Nahg*!HY :i}ݒN!R;oipԄM$tr0R<[e@7=" \nʳyH%2'D [xVbO+ڻK¹?:E=)-K{^ :ZL5=XZj-NgX$gp#Kg bWu8ܚDkqJ,vb[4=WSIshxż/JlE^Jnz0N?
8 zKQjdP-]LٞL`v;KUOd3ڣ2w.7CKރm;[mh8P\Gg=vvUMу.QTwHWcz$R[uCoLGf
{zV۴wЅVB(=&aAǼv:guwÚnz
ZF9jcQ;Ixâ&Ajs{d[mﳶz-EɃqPCU)@#|Mt@WBfSG>yO1qE?'?Rj#e|i&GtU2Z(1E&"奜t 7rTT>.zW4{=oܞ,J0ԹJU.>8b$ln]D++1"1ֹZ&3uL!e$|k^$oJC1yMĮ釦_s4R }V_kZ#-VEE7#?c8
Y\rxjm\2iH:CW5K[F+j2GzIF7%9nVQ}U>f'q'тUוp%בՃ2E/B\[Hnm$B ;[
dRRZ-oQ#㓭4+bbCnP @QcJsFo+ 2U'UFtZ8@=8@HxPYg<;8+!:\;<2QH3*,uDD(|7:0C.oE$Js?_=q.
0aV92lUjMUS%ͤ7o֔ݲ/h.GtYaG!sT
2S|$jՏWna?],5Z5;Ar^_z(H[mSDZ>%ػKZ1=)[ou&:ѧ8dD'+[ro
|zEJQ'¶
I(zəmi3@}F'RbJT+?y0c]yJUR$2J|;v/#k ؚP(Mr)WԶo^}_\l'%Bod?lN% \<0bX,KIq1QCWeȏDe3qbXVSoIWIt4v,#- C鬸#UBr7s{4B0
j[Z 9'Pp
N
@IGAgK~
,H
yFtiZcdIÍ^@cm~෪a%OqR;gƾn`\W8t*|Ή2UYu-#&
[(.v:{c\л;WH_dB(?n#'sp+XX:.ן[7U\M2*ӜrC(38~ϲ+[N>s|̭FFp? 9\ݰq?xp6QǑ?.
Tz7@1cFy`É\Fm0[iګx#}c`E;R@H+NOڎ3~AHԾN@2NvM(oЇMāO#/zBy
ږ3(LY]VP{qH5m})g̺tEJCd|6FK|_.`Y1bjb~kM$Ӯq#͎e1QE|U:B;v
uʚAu&.eyh9l5̥QjV.ЏtBr%=N`kEě/$w&t
-^7z+U֔*
q"-5^C`lۄQ2V-;>=v Lmbx0$&eo֍Kq %!-@4J8:Lw8-4M'M(C%|F~ETo:" mZ9:
(iq3|!2MSHd4+mk$BG0i<^/1UDmyGd]mgcz~dփĤ^(5:Vk~dYOqf:;%m!ex$3dg;7[mCkPđzo켷y^
U{Gʬɰ>04M/zey;TtJܘ0>6Nyp;cAnޅ"#af-.K<'Ww%K,6MU w;7*j\ЧYjm4t/yXL/;fZ#^[l"iĬsG|0(<'Prx~_LR
VM @/~f$T+YmC_~~ytڡ
T
VCBK8Vk83ţ&QłX'#"co0
/"%,vuZ/a-%[%ŀk"C$8mPȅVxa$?rW#й̖sP@_T-93B
U^Db =A?yjshvuu돒{^Dދ@~W&#\&*GZrTY\7n&ЌJM@T%,sofَ}zDcs>1,)YǝCD&tҼuQμ+Qy -߃\E^d@ʌaAVd4p#$pLq̬.EH뾐*>P]yW#%1|32ｃ2>mB/#_+:6'Go/+glƲ"]%B|$n#;?8OSN:i5x'@+0\[*ZL 38Q8p@6swp:(K?"Sʡ'C~y_s牭
]b|tPO(fU+8![0L3|>Pҽ<^=NRcmhP]wZYh{ gg?"۹7o7}䗈kj0=*Z\
K2^S&ωq~IԱƽ6|FKZ=@~xe^E+
n6ҪG\8=qfyq`V&y%ٙ+ݳѢ[}\3Dj#-'S#6~~Cw#1wSBUl[M!Xó?Ko,H֎5XlO,sNesm-{
y6O(+6-)qT{A:sĚϜ܋e8?PYaYΤOf8uzjx'qBK;xu{~ cR
-\|̶L =<,4CНFXE}U;g>q&V%A?|͕s+VToWe>G>LXob6~;Xs]ByG_|&"5sW[l|=OI`*ԕnaěj~]rnpHu8Wщis`7#sY~*CTC3$Vp7aIi}sGz85w`=C?ݓ_'T'=za5zfn/x\!Zku}6L!ԃR@dHn0F|g'*NR:uT;~#=s3ALNZNEB.H dWv-: CG'D:+u$7썎Wb¼YZˍ7?o96jp̑1[F
䖾'jo^
5tȥ7"OYZ2[_; O@cnUG4W=@sѶb}f]KSWF=eX΄Z:x?Q-)A9xw*Jx-5]2kGj.=;U
{|*!G ;E.Bx}K(okpp=*tH0pw-?c;bGd:,7v{kMOޠ: $EDXg|>XpUXQM]yf):qWR:C0]Vȃc~쎣䱇
wPF})da5
ro_Nhrl$Lg5̙M0DS\1揢ח0FzmiBYz
ɬ=C脦mNFg ʘ
لvwjcھ4}EC?:^
L{{sT;RD&x>G}]6ȭ˞"h6dRch\Vޑ^>z{ǰ}!GQ>net"+H($]?<쫦ۋu``^e?OMyO:F_
75SmV>b)@X#tI#0f]gZ<-&{=y78L04m<
tpN=
?T"mPDL7Im4IөO9ЏdRMH(a:}PZUrqȤA.j fdu*K(IS5#%16M#ۨxWLg8:<1句ۥ.emNjK|}s $nC 9KKgY6a-ShYw\`f!K`-~~*e4TKlVFuxJEjEFM:(8u݀7sTMW(ɫhc6HzcV \oZÏU UIde^pT_AΧ3
,X;0.9SKt__uSfY7nX0*%pIj@.(_vI
?74R$CJ7&dHƅ|ay~j{2eW3;MϑhtsIrH]l'tkU_^ҁ
Э|Cb|eagBbIUw絣nϷvUtz_ϷL{Z"Ϻ#6tKsr3l~-"|)=Ko=1
?YH(iKW1=ɲ?DErȌT)ETOHrKIwĽr?+((;rT5dGo:yOuJ)~3"Ԉ:PeXgO(^USd&fpǏI*(XZA?՛=T?[%tXvM(}qVFeV\sy#`N
×wAM(/wɔ, $.ψt}DU5mKnȻ|4Ȗ!hURz\
F^9[^VIhXUA0T: GRNtbM?Cfs2Oq^˷!SLSɕ>k!Vp{I1ĿznGʀ7i堧ۻ(ET^24bb[uU
l_\C)dmnl]|րUZkmk
@tM?u
겔&l(]JEݙ͝@~쫸f-SCO
qen,&*Y1{ff?7ߥYjӬu0OښMS*|E/&*uDk]:LXۖD\@
!;!> 4T
$.Ħs5`
w/lwק/˯;U*ۣ_W#M$?=^:hxF)IcCibbx!LyZ4 i-)#/FG5FXGFq0ј=fP%[`좤0ݎOa#}+&.k:eKܿO
ø@b=~*;ՅU t g>/ڃ>+}b7Wq4æEcJ:4CqfɪhQyPQOGn'{USf~^>݊SY<و[h(7sfˬ*N%?m*^&_k;lcg.Czhڻ!NR6]L9ؘ/b#e
gKa))O3XەbέwRPs|,q_ǰ1>#}s,RY?YZvHs!5)4,Nv-9ǈyIUkX߮15%L`^KcK85;tNvT}42CoQ=S}_\VX[+Uݱ_X`VM\EljʖKRWsÆyaĴ͍x/CʫKR<*ݒ 0YkSե*y0iVF[%?C[$`[ӥ&,CÿUU*Ү a7Ý@_,%FCpw- =%u藆E9
nֲN;8EO¿3DTe9H|b%%+\w2=q
Kǉ܉<=/Ҹhz_JA]_"=d$S|r)*785P9B'BJw
u~i2sqg9olݸǫB~'oJYɺf7FEەC3(
4iuvkۅ\1ws{2F|k`eRb;frsޤGKnѿ5~`f;yڛLcvJq0ɒj@[[$THwlJݚP@A*N*(ߦŪm!'sUg9s-FժSS3#qx Ꟶ/pMdG_&57|ǳWl*94?[z8Ӽ#}Ww@WMr~maa{TL_Obr$"+[K
ţN2vmq4`vZ4/yOplc
MgjLxxTR1VϴB j-#3u*Q5E
#opS 10RR튏a*d\/E8V2>rXGJNœJuլ)ejO(jxK^sU~-k\5}JwD[+5 |ѾtU`$66jxCҚdh$I)lvMR`{WY)P8ҾJ#B5&;1'.Ha59ubC,lhhGj<"tkNIYĭ'X7hБ?~qkCXX;"ҍ-9$.-/#=ЌLG}⽜@j4l8x;?#-}"`8v:Q+!\U&me0tRSowiHg`2wOЭqFkє"Qeen~v1H%x]̧&]9Gqߤ&"3'.d1;U"&淉yk9e@]..;sN8AһHϝa _O(ERpf"ؓݖ.VrOzSl].1=!Wu?Jq GOM`VٜDKD03\msCVաog)PϧDp2Pngf9Rim@U@n]fs'Ժ᯿[y91ve.t{fdc?*rrJ>doMo|^0l@Ycp}Iݢع\x_o[[9.~!V٤3AX۶tA'CLn+; ߺ#Q^P5as3UldA&I9cm+cUI3C ̰B*8>uV {3 eI/52Bm~,<Lvt.Kb}H9s},<0e6G ao0˕D*ѦߤZCHS:p>³uҦʹ(hLV]IwEQihꁤbL7p00N͑/:ag( _A{Hy$1ҟ=o>]6铼Xp$~!vta봟DV%ݙ
ُf9Ԥ7
U`f+Rror>;x?͈N^} d(K)c/C=thQ&|y0s8VVZu|샖\:gwn[~O/oInxBma꾴:ъ,>\a}oWnYbH恠ZM`DJ"ew2ýYaEBy"V4Л}D2"KNpd[m ,c'ʙ4mr
O9pA7ԙ?bDLVxǅ̚g-4픹ۚd;L:*e2ML38蛨;Wg͊8{v]Jc0o[n}F#xEԯPsп&7C>@u#P.1l yZyPL/6'Ngz
,7Bwx;e{Zdɐ'IV/Il{Zdɐ'IV/Il{ZdɐKQJlIENDB`DyKwww.teachers.org.uk/payyKVhttp://www.teachers.org.uk/payyX;H,]ą'c$$If!vh5B
5585h5558#vB
#v#v8#vh#v#v#v8:Vl Fv$65B
5585h5558///////
/pFkd$$Ifl֞~
$B
8h8 Fv$644
lapF$$If!vh5B
5585h5558#vB
#v#v8#vh#v#v#v8:Vl Fv$65B
5585h5558///////pFkd$$Ifl֞~
$B
8h8 Fv$644
lapFJ$$If!vh5B
5:558#vB
#v:#v#v8:Vl (v$65B
5:558///////p($$If!vh5B
5585h5558#vB
#v#v8#vh#v#v#v8:Vl Fv$65B
5585h5558///////pFkd $$Ifl֞~
$B
8h8 Fv$644
lapF$$If!vh5B
5585h5558#vB
#v#v8#vh#v#v#v8:Vl Fv$65B
5585h5558///////pFkd
$$Ifl֞~
$B
8h8 Fv$644
lapFJ$$If!vh5B
5:558#vB
#v:#v#v8:Vl (v$65B
5:558///////p($$If!vh5|558#v|#v#v8:Vl v$65|558/pz$$If!vh5B
5585h5558#vB
#v#v8#vh#v#v#v8:Vl Fv$65B
5585h5558/pFkd$$Ifl֞~
$B
8h8 Fv$644
lapF$$If!vh5B
5585h5558#vB
#v#v8#vh#v#v#v8:Vl Fv$65B
5585h5558///////pFkdB$$Ifl֞~
$B
8h8 Fv$644
lapFJ$$If!vh5B
5:558#vB
#v:#v#v8:Vl (v$65B
5:558///////p($$If!vh5B
5585h5558#vB
#v#v8#vh#v#v#v8:Vl Fv$65B
5585h5558///////pFkdc$$Ifl֞~
$B
8h8 Fv$644
lapF$$If!vh5B
5585h5558#vB
#v#v8#vh#v#v#v8:Vl Fv$65B
5585h5558///////pFkd8 $$Ifl֞~
$B
8h8 Fv$644
lapFJ$$If!vh5B
5:558#vB
#v:#v#v8:Vl (v$65B
5:558///////p($$If!vh5|558#v|#v#v8:Vl v$65|558/pDyKwww.teachers.org.uk/calculatoryKdhttp://www.teachers.org.uk/calculatoryX;H,]ą'c$$If!vh5"55>55557#v"#v#v>#v#v#v#v7:Vl
6`v$65"55>55557//
/$$If!vh5"55>55557#v"#v#v>#v#v#v#v7:Vl
6`Fv$65"55>55557///////pFkd@($$Ifl֞
$">7
6`Fv$644
lapF$$If!vh5"55>55557#v"#v#v>#v#v#v#v7:Vl
6`Fv$65"55>55557///////pFkd3,$$Ifl֞
$">7
6`Fv$644
lapFY$$If!vh5"5\557#v"#v\#v#v7:Vl
6`(v$65"5\557///////p($$If!vh5"55>55557#v"#v#v>#v#v#v#v7:Vl
6`Fv$65"55>55557///////pFkd1$$Ifl֞
$">7
6`Fv$644
lapF$$If!vh5"55>55557#v"#v#v>#v#v#v#v7:Vl
6`Fv$65"55>55557///////pFkdt5$$Ifl֞
$">7
6`Fv$644
lapF$$If!vh5"5\557#v"#v\#v#v7:Vl
6`(v$65"5\557///////
///p($$If!vh5~557#v~#v#v7:Vl
6`v$65~557///
///p$$If!vh5~557#v~#v#v7:Vl
6`v$65~557///
///p$$If!vh5~557#v~#v#v7:Vl
6`v$65~557///p$$If!vh5~557#v~#v#v7:Vl
6`v$65~557///p$$If!vh5~557#v~#v#v7:Vl
6`v$65~557/p$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl^
6@v$6,5*5R 5589//
/$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589//
/$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589//
///$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589//
///p$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589//
///I$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$6,5*5R 5589//
///p($$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589//////$$If!vh5|558#v|#v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5|5589///p$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589//////$$If!vh5|558#v|#v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5|5589///p$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589//////$$If!vh5|558#v|#v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5|5589////=$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558//
///p(=$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558//
///p(=$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558//
///p(K$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558//////p(K$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558//////p(=$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558//
///p(=$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558//
///p(=$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558//
///p(K$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558///
///p($$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589//////$$If!vh5|558#v|#v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5|5589///p$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589//////$$If!vh5|558#v|#v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5|5589///p$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589/////$$If!vh5|558#v|#v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5|5589///p$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5*5R 5589/////$$If!vh5|558#v|#v#v8:Vl
6@v$6,5|5589///K$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558///
///p(K$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558///
///p(K$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558///
///p(K$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558//////p(K$$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@(v$65*5R 558///
///p($$If!vh5*5R 558#v*#vR #v#v8:Vl
6@v$65*5R 558///
///$$If!vh5|558#v|#v#v8:Vl
6@v$65|558///pP@PNormal1$7$8$H$OJQJ_HaJmH sH tH b@b Heading 1$$1$@&a$#56CJ$\]^JaJmH sH uXX Heading 2$$1$@&a$5CJ\^JmH sH uTT Heading 3$$1$@&a$>*CJ^JmH sH uR@R Heading 4$$1$@&a$CJ^JmH sH uDD Heading 5$@&CJmH sH uDA@DDefault Paragraph FontVi@V
0Table Normal :V44
la(k(
0No List<&@<Footnote Reference4@4Header
!4 4Footer
!LB"L Body Text$1$a$CJ^JmH sH uRP2RBody Text 2$1$a$>*CJ^JmH sH u*WA*Strong5\PQRPBody Text 3$a$CJ^JaJmH sH u.)@a.Page Number6U@q6 Hyperlink>*B*phLC@LBody Text Indent
1$^CJJ@J
Footnote Text1$7$8$H$aJtH DODNormal + 11 pt5CJaJHH
pc0Balloon TextCJOJQJ^JaJ::pc0 CharCJOJQJ^JaJtH J5
Jt######## #
###
#######?,)3?^JSB`jnEw]}b MJ}$]f
,-./01NO;<46() ?@z{VW=>?@ |})*
^_#$*+gh
()gh_` O P 0!1!""8$9$%%j&k&^(_(((+),)P)Q)**=*>*\+]+t+u++,,,"/#/I/J/001122223p4q44455{7|7S8T8996:7:<<<<a=b==={>|>???_@`@x@y@AAAA C!CCCCCDDDDMGNGHH^J.K/KeKfKKK)M*M[N\NmOnOPPPPQQQQRRRRSSUU[U\UVVWWPYQY[[\
\]]^^*_+_?`@`A`B`aaaaabbbcccc.f/fhfif h
hhFhGhjjjjjjjkkkkkkkk*l+l,lOl`lblelglilllmlolllllllllllllllllllllllmmmmm mm'm)m,m-m@mBmFmGmHmImJmTmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnnnn/n@nBnDnFnHnJnKnMn`nbndnfnhnjnknmnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnppqqqqq6r7rrrssotptttttttttttttttttuuuuuuuu!u$u%u'uNuPuSuTu~uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuvvv vzv|v~vvvvvvwwww;w=wCwDwFw\w]w^w_w`wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwx)x+x1x2x4x6x8x:x;xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"y$y&y,y-yMyPyRyUyVyryuywy{y|yyyyyyyyyyyyzzzz'z*z,z/z0zWz[z]zazbzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz {{
{{{{{{{{h{j{l{r{s{u{w{y{{{|{{{{{{{{{{ |
|||3|6|8|;|<|b|h|j|p|q|||||||||||||||||||||S}U}[}\}i}}}}~~ 67 rs=>UVȆ'bc͇·>^gh߉
MN{%34\]<=>STUbcƍ
$%̎3RSÏJKXY+CDґӑstݒޒGHd|},-\tu34IabKLMghrsRSTUȘɘʘjkUVZ[UV+,-b"#%&()+,.:FGKM90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M90M9000000p0p0p000p0p000p0p000p0p000p0p0p000p0p0p0p0p0p0p0p00p0p00p0p000p000000p000p00 0(
0p0p0p0p 0p000p 0p0p 00p 0000p 00 00 0000 0 00p0p0p0p0p0p0p00p0p00p0p00p0p0p0p0p0p0p 00 000 080p0p0p 0p0p00 00 0000p 00p00p 00 00 0 00H0p0p 0p0p 0p0p 00p 00 0p0p00 0p0p 0p0p 0p0p0p0 0000p0p0p0p0p0p000p0p0p0p000p0p0p0p0p0p0p0p0p0p0`0p0p0p0p0p0p00p0p00p0p00p0p0p0p080p00808000p0p0p0p0p0p00p0p0p00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00p0p0p0p0p0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0p0 0p0 0p0 0h0p0p0p0p0p0000p0p 00p 0p0 00p 0p0p00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00p0p0p0p0p0p0000p0p0p0p 0p0p 0p0p 00p0p0p0p0p 0p0p0p 0p0p0 000 000 00p0p0p0p0p000p00p0p00p0p000p0p0p0p0p0p0p0p0p0p0p0p0p00p000 0p0 0p0 00p0p0p0p0p0p0p00p0p000p0p0p0p0p0p00p0p0p 0p00p0p0p0p0p0p0p000 0000 0 0 0000p0p0p0p 0p0p 0p00p0 0p0p0p0p0p 0p0p 0p0p0p0p0p 00p 00p 00p000 0p0 0p0 00000 00 00 0000 00
0p0p0p0p
0p000p0p00p0p00p0p0p00p0p0p0p0p0p 0p0 0p0p 0p0 0p0p 0p0p 0p0 0p0p0pM90M90M900M90{0M90|0M90T|0M90|00M90 %%%%%(
>f$u3EX`u7z_r7GDϑg/JVY[]_adghuw)!1)3T@ KnWc
pOttt,uFuuvJvvvx||S}}}~~~~C_1:,U{ہ/a˂r{;pǄ[Uh%t:JWZ\^`bcefijklmnopqrstvxyz{|}~IXnoooJXX!(!!/Xb$Ӟ7om sRb$A>xSx{R,5\*S5t@
(
p
C2Anutlogo_18mm"`B
S ?JT OLE_LINK4 OLE_LINK5 OLE_LINK3 OLE_LINK1 OLE_LINK2 OLE_LINK7 OLE_LINK8 OLE_LINK6 OLE_LINK9
00yyההK
h 0 0yyKŶ$!jKjK9*urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttagsplacePUFJin"&PU15VZ/3Y^%!)!^'b'** 1133Y5]5D7H7p7t72A:AyR}R%_)___ƁˁÙř,-np##%%&&()+,./7:EHKOOqq T'ajlԎ֎:<,2ek]cJP[x-X`#K::::::::::::::::::::::*>*]+u+#/J/22b==`@y@AACCPPRR,lTmmnt'uPuTu~uuv vzvvvvww;w`wwwwwx;xxxxx&y|yyyyyyz'z0zWzbzzzzz
{{l{|{{{
||3|<|b|q|||||||S}i}
%SÏKYӑMh-#K-##%%&&()+,./K DAVE COLE PkL0+Up
Fmb*bgl""^r$LC%(]%.4vLE6B&5F
uEImPK4w Zj~@SNhIh:+yZ mަ+w`k~$Z0^`0OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHopp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH808^8`0o(.
^`hH.
pLp^p`LhH.
@@^@`hH.
^`hH.
L^`LhH.
^`hH.
^`hH.
PLP^P`LhH.0^`0OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHopp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(pp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(hHpp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(^`OJQJo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(oPP^P`OJQJo(0^`0OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHopp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohp^p`OJQJo(hHh@^@`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJo(hHh^`OJQJ^Jo(hHohP^P`OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHopp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH^`OJPJQJ^Jo(-^`OJQJo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(oPP^P`OJQJo(808^8`05o(()^`.pLp^p`L.@@^@`.^`.L^`L.^`.^`.PLP^P`L.0^`0OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHopp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHopp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHopp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHopp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(^`OJQJo(opp^p`OJQJo(@@^@`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(o^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(^`OJQJo(oPP^P`OJQJo(0^`0OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHopp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH0^`0OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHopp^p`OJQJo(hH@@^@`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHo^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJo(hH^`OJQJ^Jo(hHoPP^P`OJQJo(hH808^8`0o(.
^`hH.
pLp^p`LhH.
@@^@`hH.
^`hH.
L^`LhH.
^`hH.
^`hH.
PLP^P`LhH."&5FhvLEmPKUC%uEIkSNh.Fmbww Zgl]%Z mk~ RΪB *)zlXzT&1Y4L8>:D1Fe9KRwWRP6WtapcCqS|w:-8V$DJ[$_<adq
nn$@9J(X~K6k*l+l,lOl`lblelglilllmlolllllllllllllllllllllllmmmmm mm'm)m,m-m@mBmFmGmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnnnn/n@nBnDnFnHnJnKnMn`nbndnfnhnjnknmnnnnnnnnnpqotptttttttttttttttuuuuuuuu!u$u%u'uNuPuSuTu~uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuvvv vzv|v~vvvvvvwwww;w=wCwDwFw\w]w^w_w`wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwx)x+x1x2x4x6x8x:x;xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx$y&y,y-yMyPyRyUyVyryuywy{y|yyyyyyyyyyyyzzzz'z*z,z/z0zWz[z]zazbzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz{
{{{{{{{{j{l{r{s{u{w{y{{{|{{{{{{{{{{ |
|||3|6|8|;|<|b|h|j|p|q|||||||||||||||||||||S}U}[}\}K3-@Brother MFC-440CN USB PrinterNe02:winspoolBrother MFC-440CN USB PrinterBrother MFC-440CN USB PrinterTC 4dA4(PRIV `C4 yArialP _splmf01.exeZdArialdBRIL06A.DLLEOSCBrother MFC-440CN USB PrinterTC 4dA4(PRIV `C4 yArialP _splmf01.exeZdArialdBRIL06A.DLLEOSÇJ`@UnknownGz Times New Roman5Symbol3&z Arial5&zaTahoma?5 z Courier New;Wingdings" h/&/&sRfEQ"EQ"! xx2dܟܟ
3q HX $PaPART-TIME TEACHING
IT Section DAVE COLEX
Oh+'0|
,8D
P\dltPART-TIME TEACHINGARTIT SectionET SNormali
DAVE COLEE2VEMicrosoft Word 10.0@@Y"@)"@)"E՜.+,D՜.+,\hp
The National Union of Teachers"QܟA
PART-TIME TEACHINGTitle@ 8@_PID_HLINKSAI&http://www.teachers.org.uk/calculators4http://www.teachers.org.uk/pay
!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}~
!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}~Root Entry Fj()"Data
f1TableWordDocument
SummaryInformation(DocumentSummaryInformation8CompObjj
FMicrosoft Word Document
MSWordDocWord.Document.89q*