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Gender Pay Gap Reporting

Gender Pay Gap Report 2017

 

This report is based on data as at 31st March 2017. At that time St Christopher's CofE (Primary) Multi Academy Trust employed 448 staff across 15 academies who were involved in educating just over 2700 pupils.

 

Reportable information:

Mean hourly rate pay gap: 21.6% Median hourly rate pay gap: 44.4%

 

Lower Quartile Lower Middle Quartile Upper Middle Quartile Upper Quartile
Male        Female Male        Female Male        Female Male        Female
8%        92% 3.6%        96.4% 7.1%        92.9% 16.1%       83.9%
1% avg pay gap 2% avg pay gap 1% avg pay gap 3% avg pay gap

 

Bonus payments are not applicable to staff at St Christopher's CofE (Primary) Multi Academy Trust.

 

Narrative:

The trust's workforce consists of 91.3% female staff. This is higher than the national figure for staff across the primary education sector. When comparing like-for-like  roles, headteacher posts are held by 27% male and 73% female staff; female headteachers are paid 4% more than their male colleagues. Similarly, in the role of deputy head, posts are held by 30% male and 70% female staff; female deputy heads are paid 3% more than their colleagues.

St Christopher's recognises that there are significantly higher proportions of female staff working in support roles. The trust is committed to creating flexible opportunities to develop work/life balance for all staff.

 

God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love that you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them.” Hebrews 6:10

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