Teach First Gender Pay Gap Report: 2020
We’re committed to providing fair and competitive rewards to all our employees.
We’re confident we pay fairly for the same or equivalent work, regardless of gender.
We do have a gender pay gap (2.32% median and 12.14% mean). Our male/female balance or ‘gender composition’ is driven by very common ‘gendered’ roles within the education sector. For example, most programme delivery roles, where it is a requirement to be an experienced teacher, are carried out by female colleagues (74% of teachers are female). And, like many organisations, our gender pay gap is shaped by a small underrepresentation of women in senior and specialist management roles compared to entry level roles within the organisation.
We recognise the gender pay gap is a result of a wide range of economic, cultural, social and educational factors. We know these factors influence our internal culture, policies and practices. Our response to the gender pay gap is part of a larger, holistic approach to diversity and inclusion.