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[F1Salaries and other terms and conditions of employment of teachersN.I.

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F11993 NI 12

69.  (1)  Except as provided by paragraph (3)—

(a)the rates of salaries and the allowances which are to be paid to teachers to whom this Article applies; and

(b)the other terms and conditions of employment of such teachers,

shall be determined by the Department.

(2) This Article applies to—

(a)teachers employed in grant-aided schools;

Sub‐para. (b) rep. by 1997 NI 15

(c)peripatetic teachers.

(3) In such circumstances and subject to such conditions as the Department may direct, the rates of salaries and the allowances which are to be paid to teachers of a class or description specified by the Department in the directions shall be determined by a body or person so specified.

(4) Before giving any directions under paragraph (3), the Department shall consult—

(a)such representatives of employing authorities and such representatives of teachers as appear to it to be concerned; and

(b)any other person with whom consultation appears to it to be desirable.

(5) In paragraph (4) “employing authority” means—

(a)in relation to teachers employed in controlled schoolsF2. . . , the board by which they are employed;

(b)in relation to teachers employed by the Council for Catholic Maintained Schools, that Council;

(c)in relation to teachers employed in a voluntary school (other than a Catholic maintained school), the Board of Governors of that school;

(d)in relation to teachers employed in a grant-maintained integrated school, the Board of Governors of the school;

(e)in relation to peripatetic teachers, the board by which they are employed.

(6) A determination under paragraph (1) or (3)—

(a)shall be made in writing;

(b)shall be published in such manner as the Department or, as the case may be, the body or person making the determination thinks fit;

(c)may contain such transitional and supplementary provisions as the Department or, as the case may be, that body or person thinks fit; and

(d)may have effect from a date earlier than the date on which it is made.

(7) Where any question arises as to the rate of salary or allowance to be paid under this Article to a teacher—

(a)where that rate of salary or allowance falls in accordance with directions under paragraph (3) to be determined by a body or person specified in those directions, the decision of that body or person shall, except on a question of law, be final;

(b)in any other case, the decision of the Department shall, except on a question of law, be final.

Para. (8) rep. by 1998 NI 13]

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F21997 NI 15

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