400k on supply teachers Schools in Lincoln spent over 445,000 on supply teachers in the last 12 months.
The figures come from the Lincolnshire County Council, released under a Freedom of Informationrequest from Amanda Walker on theWhat Do They Know website. Supply teachers take over a school class whenever a teacher is unavailable because of illness or personal leave, and are generally paid a flat fee of around 175 per day of work. Supply teachers are usually contracted through an approved agency, and jimmy shoes retain around 130 of the fee. Using these figures, it would equate that Lincoln primary and secondary schools totalled 2,544 days of using supply teachers during the past year. The expenditure represents 23 city schools, though not all schools in the Lincoln area are included in the City Council accounting system. The school with the jimmy choo denim flats highest spend on supply teachers is theLincoln St Peter at Gowts CE Primary School, which spent 49,358 on supply teachers in the last 12 months. jimmy choo green heels The school has 247 pupils, which would equate to just under 200 per child spent on supply teaching only. Lincoln Christ Hospital School took the number two spot in supply teachers expenditure with 47,265; number three was theCaistor Yarborough School with 44,298; number four theLincoln Monks Abbey Primary School with 36,015 and number five wasLincoln Mount Street Infant Nursery School with 28,865. The top five Lincoln schools for supply teaching expenditure declined to comment. Lincoln St Peters in Eastgate CE School and theLincoln Bracebridge Infant School spent the least on supply teachers, according to the figures, with 444 and 432 spent chimi choo in the last 12 months respectively.
County spends 3.5 million on supply teachers Schools in Lincolnshire (including Lincoln) have spent 3,530,307 on supply teachers over the last 12 months, according to the County Council figures (excluding some schools not present in the County Council accounting system). The top spenders on supply teachers in the county are the Spalding Gleed Boys School with 180,441 (285 per pupil, 647 pupils), theBoston High School with 165,319,theTattershall Gartree Community School with 154,295, and theKirton Middlecott School with 121,789.