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Union welcomes 'groundbreaking' new pay scale for Isle of Man teachers

Sheshaght cheirdey goltaghey aarey faill noa myr 'fosley raad noa' son fir ynsee Ellan Vannin

Olteynyn Sheshaght Ashoonagh ny Hard Fir Ynsee dy ve fenit ayns teiy mychione cheb noa veih'n Rheynn Ynsee, Spoyrt as Cultoor

Ta aarey faill noa son fir ynsee Vannin er-lheh goll er soilshaghey magh myr 'fosley raad noa' liorish sheshaght cheirdey ynsee.

Ta Sheshaght Ashoonagh ny Hard Fir Ynsee gra dy vel eh er n'gheddyn cheb faill jerrinagh veih'n Rheynn Ynsee, Spoyrt as Cultoor myr ayrn jeh ny barganaghyn echey vees foast ayn er faill as conaantyn. 

Ta'n mynjeig noa goaill stiagh cur er bun frea Ellan Vannin cosoyley rish shen vees goll er chebbal da fir ynsee ayns Lunnin, cur geill da tarmaynys Vannin as da'n chostys bea 'syn Ellan.

Ren teiy er ny treealtyssyn fosley Jerdein 5 Mee Voaldyn.  

Ta'n screeudeyr ashoonagh Rob Kelsall gra dy vel shoh red ennagh ta'n sheshaght cheirdey er hirrey rish tammylt.

AS ROB KELSALL : Er-lhiam dy nee kesmad er oaie vees fosley raad noa, ayns rieughid ny chesmad er oaie er y raad kiart. Cleayney sleih dy obbraghey ayns Ellan Vannin, dy yannoo shickyr dy vel ny fir ynsee as leeideilee share er-lheh ec ny scoillyn, shen red ennagh ta Ellan Vannin rieau er streeu rish, as dooyrt shin, rish yn daa vlein t'er n'gholl shaghey ayns rieughid, dy row feme ain er feddyn saase noa cosoyley rish shen t'ain ayns Sostyn as raad ta lowanse frea Lunnin Mooie ain. As nish t'ain son y chied cheayrt er dy rieau frea Ellan Vannin, yn enney shen dy vel shin cummal ayns set elley dy chooishyn tarmaynagh.     

 

National Association of Head Teachers members to be balloted on new offer from Department for Education, Sport and Culture

A new pay scale specifically for Manx teachers is being described as 'groundbreaking' by a teaching union.

The National Association of Head Teachers says it's received a final pay offer from the Department of Education, Sport and Culture as part of its ongoing negotiations over pay and conditions.

The new package includes the introduction of an Isle of Man weighting, similar to that offered to teachers in London, in recognition of the Manx economy and cost of living on the Island.

A ballot on the proposals opened on Thursday 5 May.

National secretary Rob Kelsall says it's something the union has sought for some time:
 

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