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Brentwood Academies Trust

March 2017

The Brentwood Academies Trust supports the fair treatment of all staff irrespective of gender, through the transparent recruitment, pay and professional development process.

Gender Pay Gap Summary 31.03.2017

Mean pay Gap

Median pay gap

Lower Quartile

Lower Middle Quartile

Upper Middle Quartile

Upper Quartile

 

20.1% lower for women

 

27.9% lower for women

M - 25.0%

 

W - 75.0%

M - 20.2%

 

W - 79.8%

M - 30.8%

 

W - 69.2%

M - 41.9%

 

W - 58.1%

No bonuses were paid to staff for the reporting period.

Brentwood Academies Trust uses the following pay scales:

  • For teachers the pay scales in accordance with the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions document (STPCD) and the accompanying statutory guidance.
  • For support staff the pay scales comply with local and national pay agreements as set by the NJC (National Joint Council for Local Government Services).

To access the Brentwood Academies Trust Pay Policy please click HERE. The policy sets out the framework for making decisions on staff pay to ensure pay decisions are made in a fair and transparent manner. The pay policy is subject to annual review.

Staff move through the pay scales for their grade based on performance in role, this means that earnings are based solely on performance and not gender.

Gender Pay Gap Analysis

 

Mean Pay gap

Median Pay Gap

Lower Quartile

Lower Middle Quartile

Upper Middle Quartile

Upper Quartile

Senior Leadership

11.1% lower for women

6.3% lower for women

M - 50%

 

W - 50%

M - 100%

 

W - 0%

M - 50%

 

W - 50%

M - 100%

 

W - 0%

Teachers

7.3% higher for women

2.8% lower for women

M – 27%

 

W – 73%

M – 39%

 

W – 61%

M – 37%

 

W – 63%

M – 37%

 

W – 63%

Support

11.7% higher for women

2.6% higher for women

M - 27%

 

W - 73%

M - 24%

 

W - 76%

M - 18%

 

W - 82%

M - 19%

 

W - 81%

The data has been further analysed by senior leadership, teaching and support staff. The pay gap reduces significantly when split into groups within the same pay grades. Whilst senior leadership and teaching staff continue to display a lower pay gap of 6.3% and 2.8% respectively. The support staff show the pay gap to be higher for women at 2.6%.

I can confirm that the above information has been prepared from the payroll data on the snapshot date and fairly represents the Gender Pay Gap data for the Brentwood Academies Trust.

Mike O’Sullivan 

Executive Headteacher