When the Secretary of State asked the STRB to consider and make recommendations on adjustments to teachers’ pay and allowances from September 2017, she made it clear that schools would have to manage the cost of implementing any pay adjustments from within existing funds. The relevant unions continue to argue the need for an increase greater than the 1% constraint indicated by the treasury.
Jill is currently Head of One Education’s HR & people service which is highly regarded by schools and who bring One Education's practical and pragmatic approach to HR issues.
Jill has worked for many years as an advisor in various areas of the education sector but has a particular interest in teachers’ pay and conditions. She has vast experience in assisting school leaders and governors with the most complex staffing and payroll issues.
Jill also leads and manages many training programmes designed specifically for the education sector.
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The Apprenticeship Levy being implemented in April 2017 is intended to support the government’s plan to increase the number of apprenticeships in operation to three million by 2020. The levy is being introduced at the same time as a new funding model for apprenticeships.