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    FYI SSSNB Letter

    Gives you an idea on progress and timescales...

    School support staff

    Russ

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    I could not find any references to any 'technical' support staff roles ..... at my school we have Sports, Design/Technology, ICT,Science technicians .... what happens to them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by broc View Post
    I could not find any references to any 'technical' support staff roles ..... at my school we have Sports, Design/Technology, ICT,Science technicians .... what happens to them?
    They're just classed as support staff... They don't have to list every role.

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    “School support staff”
    (1)
    This section has effect for the purposes of this Chapter.
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    (2)
    “School support staff” are persons within subsection (3).
    (3)
    A person is within this subsection if the person—
    (a)

    is employed by a local education authority in England or the governing

    body of a school maintained by a local education authority in England,

    under a contract of employment providing for the person to work

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    wholly at a school or schools maintained by a local education authority

    in England;
    (b)
    is not a school teacher, or a person of a prescribed description.
    (4)

    In this section, “school teacher” means a person who is a school teacher for the

    purposes of section 122 of the Education Act 2002 (c. 32).
    In simple terms anyone in a school not employed as teacher is covered. But the scheme does not include anyone being paid under conditions such as JNC youth worker conditions and craft workers (people covered by the red book).

    Russ

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    In English does this mean it's going to take even longer then last year. I know the increase will probably be a lot smaller. Thank god for increments.

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    Well in real terms the existing scheme continues until they report back etc with agreed time frame and scales etc. So by May next year they have as I read it have everything in place to start the roll out etc.

    So next years pay will continue under the old scheme for now.

    Russ

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