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I'm applying for a couple of TA positions one in a secure unit and one in a pupil referral unit. The pay shown is on an hourly basis and both jobs are 35 hrs per week term time only (pay for one is 8.50 per hour the other is around 10.00 per hour).
Just wondering will they apportion this over the whole year and pay you a set amount each month or do they not pay you in school holidays at all? Bit confused as most other positions are annual salaries.
In almost all counties now TA jobs are NOT paid all year round; but just for the hours you work.
You will get paid for the hours you work only; but this will be accumulated so that you are paid in 12 equal amounts over the 12 months of the year. In addition to the hourly rate, you will also get holiday pay - usually about 4 weeks' worth.
So in your case 35 hrs p/w @ £10 per hour = £350 per week. Paid for 39 term time weeks + c.4 weeks paid hol = £350 x 43 = £15050
Paid monthly = c. £1250 per month (less tax, NI, etc.)
NB Check the t&c for the secure unit, as their "term time" could be different to schools.