Would someone please calculate this salary for pro rata?

(10 Posts)
ivykaty44 Sun 10-Nov-19 16:28:33

Legally you have to have paid holiday, so the term time weeks paid the 2 weeks training + holiday weeks paid

As possible stated it’s 5.6 weeks paid holiday, 39 term time weeks & 2 weeks training = 46.6 weeks rather than 52

£17.923 pro rata

RicStar Sun 10-Nov-19 16:11:46

I dont think you are entitled to the full 5.6 weeks holiday if it is term time only - it will be a bit less than that. Something like 41/52*5.6. Then that added to the term time weeks.

fedup21 Sun 10-Nov-19 16:08:05

Will you actually be working 37 hours or is the pay based on working 37h but you’ll only be working 30?

Justapatchofgrass Sat 09-Nov-19 11:01:03

I would say 38 weeks is term time plus 10 days training. The 39 week includes 5 training days.

RaymondStopThat Wed 06-Nov-19 09:37:34

I wasnt sure about leave flowery and was wondering whether it would be paid, thank you for clarifying that.

flowery Wed 06-Nov-19 09:10:29

39 weeks term time plus 2 weeks training plus 5.6 weeks holiday is what you should be paid for, assuming you can’t take holiday during term time. So 46.6 weeks pay.

RaymondStopThat Wed 06-Nov-19 08:40:38

How many weeks of holidays are there? If there are eg 13, then divide 20000 by 52 (or 52.143 to be completely accurate) then multiply by 39, or 41 if the 10 days are paid.


FunOnTheBeach20 Wed 06-Nov-19 08:39:08

I don’t know how many weeks school hols there are?

But divide £20,000 by 52 then times by how many weeks worked.

Hellohah Wed 06-Nov-19 08:38:17

Basing it on 13 weeks school holidays, minus 2 weeks for 10 days training. I'd say it was 41 weeks paid employment.

£20k/52 x 41 = £15769.23

toendureistobesure Wed 06-Nov-19 08:31:26

The role is 37 hours a week. Term time only, except for 10 training days (which I'm assuming are paid).

Salary is 20k pa.

Thank you, I'm unsure how to work this out since there's no work during school holidays!

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