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Upper pay range (UPR): asking to return to the main range

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Last updated on 2 June 2015
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Can a teacher on the UPR be moved back to the main range? Pay increases on the upper pay range (UPR) are permanent for as long as the teacher remains employed in the same school. We link to guidance from the DfE on the UPR.

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  1. 1 Pay increase must be permanent during teacher's employment with the same school
  2. 2 UPR teachers are not entitled to the same pay if they move schools

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