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Gender Pay Gap

Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Background:

As a public sector organisation employing over 250 employees (casual, temporary, fixed term and permanent teachers and support staff), Steyning Grammar School has a mandatory duty to report gender pay gaps against certain prescribed data by 30 March 2018.

This new legislation is an extension to the Public Sector Equality Duty and forms part of the Equality Act (Specific Duties and Public Authorities Regulations) 2017.

We are required to report the mean and median gender pay gaps and the gender breakdown for four quartiles.

Results as at 31 March 2017 are:

Mean Gender Pay Gap             15.80%

Median Gender Pay Gap          35.87%

 

Mean Hourly rate

£

Median Hourly rate

£

Male

16.96

15.00

Female

14.28

9.62

 

Quartile

Number of employees

Male

%

Female

%

1

78

16

20.51

62

79.49

2

77

22

28.57

55

71.43

3

77

30

38.96

47

61.04

4

77

29

37.66

48

62.34

Total  number of employees

309

97

31.39

212

 

68.61

 

As an equal opportunities employer, Steyning Grammar School firmly believes in appointing the best candidate for the role and is committed to ensure that all staff receive equal pay for equal work regardless of gender. 

Teaching staff are paid in accordance with the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions document.  Pay progression is aligned to the schools Teacher’s Pay Policy that follows a thorough and robust performance management process.  Pay determinations are assessed against professional standards and performance outcomes.

Support Staff are paid using pay scales set by the National Joint Council for Local Government Services with all positions job evaluated to ensure equality across positions within the school and nationally.

Both are reviewed annually. Both are non-gender specific.