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pointycow Fri 25-Sep-20 16:28:16

Would anyone on M6 mind telling me their monthly pay? I’ve started at a new school, can’t access my payslip and the amount doesn’t look right to me. Thanks.

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Decorhate Fri 25-Sep-20 18:05:04

It depends where in the country you are. Also bear in mind that the new pay scales have probably not been implemented yet - they usually need to be rubber stamped by the Governing Body but will be back dated.

pointycow Fri 25-Sep-20 18:35:29

Thanks- I’m in the north. Yeah I know we might still be on the old pay scales- I’m talking £400 out so I don’t think it’s that. I expected £2200 ish, does that sound about right?

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Subordinateclause Fri 25-Sep-20 19:55:13

Not sure it's any help but on a 0.7 M6 contract last year mine was £1600. There has been a pay rise since then mind.

Subordinateclause Fri 25-Sep-20 19:57:33

To add, I'm not sure it'd be as much as £2200. I'm now 0.8 UPS1 and get £1750 which I think would be just under £2200 if full time. My student loan is probably slightly different to most though.

pointycow Fri 25-Sep-20 20:07:38

Thank you that’s really helpful. Off to the finance office Monday morning then!

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GinWithRosie Fri 25-Sep-20 20:15:19

I'm M6...I don't come out with that after deductions.

Hercwasonaroll Fri 25-Sep-20 20:18:01

It's not £2200 unless you don't have student loan repayments. I'm on less than that on ups1

Best thing is to use an income tax calculator on Martin Lewis website. Pension is approx 9.6% at m6. Then you can answer re student loans and double check.

hallamoo Fri 25-Sep-20 20:49:29

If it's a new job you might be paying emergency tax if you didn't have a P45 or fill in an HMRC starter checklist.

If so, you'll get the extra tax paid back when your tax code is sorted.

pointycow Fri 25-Sep-20 20:51:51

Just checked on Martin Lewis- looks like I’m short a couple of hundred. Thanks for your help.

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Bluepiano Tue 29-Sep-20 09:55:10

£2200 is slightly more than I take home on full time UPS2.

LittleMachine Tue 29-Sep-20 21:48:49

I'm full time in the north on UPS1 (until next month) with a TLR2 and SEN allowance and I take home about 2220. Pay a significant amount of student loan still.

Mammyloveswine Wed 30-Sep-20 21:52:53

Subordinateclause

Not sure it's any help but on a 0.7 M6 contract last year mine was £1600. There has been a pay rise since then mind.


Eeeh not often I see another 0.7!

NowTheDucksAreBarking Wed 30-Sep-20 22:03:13

Use this site, I put your student loan and % pension contribution and it will be accurate. https://www.thesalarycalculator.co.uk/salary.php

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