Teachers: Pay:Written question - 30364

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Asked by Stephen Timms
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Asked on: 08 March 2016
Department for Education
Teachers: Pay
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what the average non-management teacher salary was in (a) North East England, (b) North West England, (c) Yorkshire and the Humber, (d) the East Midlands, (e) the West Midlands, (f) the East of England, (g) Greater London, (h) South East England, (i) South West England, (j) Wales, (k) Scotland and (l) Northern Ireland in 2015.
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Answered by: Nick Gibb
Answered on: 14 March 2016

The following table provides the average salary of classroom teachers in service in state funded schools in each region in England, November 2014, the latest figures available. Classroom teachers exclude head teachers, deputy and assistant head teachers and advisory teachers. November 2015 figures will be published at the end of June.

North East

£34,500

North West

£34,100

Yorkshire and The Humber

£33,400

East Midlands

£33,800

West Midlands

£33,900

East of England

£33,700

London

£37,300

South East

£33,300

South West

£34,000

England

£34,300

Source: School Workforce Census.

Salaries are rounded to the nearest £100.

Information for Scotland and Northern Ireland is a matter for the devolved administrations. The average pay of teachers in Wales in not collected centrally.

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