The most popular kindergarten teacher salaries in the UK are based on the amount of experience that is recorded on a teacher’s certificate.
Kindergampers are expected to teach up to 20-25 hours a week for a maximum of 5 weeks a year, and can earn between £15,000 and £20,000.
The teacher certificate for the UK, issued by the Department for Education, details the teacher’s training.
In the UK the average teacher salary for kindergarten is £19,000 per year.
The latest figures show that the average salary for a kindergarten teacher is £23,800, with the highest average salary being £30,000 in the capital London.
Here are the kindergarten teacher pays:In 2016, the average kindergarten teacher paid £3,500 per week, according to the most recent annual figures.
The average kindergarten salary in England and Wales in 2016 was £16,300, according a report from the Kindergarden Alliance.
The UK has the highest kindergarten teacher pay in the EU at €8,000 (£6,700).
The UK also has the second highest average kindergarten pay in Europe at £28,600 per year, according the OECD.
Kiddies earning £30-35,000 are also the highest paid in the world, according an article from The Economist.
Average kindergarten teacher’s salaries in EuropeThe average UK kindergarten teacher earns £19k per year in the year they were appointed.
The OECD reports that the median kindergarten teacher in the US is earning $45,000 a year.
A teacher’s salary for UK kindergarten is calculated by dividing the average weekly earnings of the kindergarten teachers’ certificates by their total weekly working time.
The report said that the UK kindergarten teachers average weekly pay was £7,400, while the median pay was just £6,800.
The top kindergarten teacher on the list is Emma Molloy, who earns £47,000-£50,000, with her average weekly salary being around £18,000.- Follow the Live blog for the latest on the UK Kindergarten Teacher pay survey