How much tax should relief teachers pay?
Schools withhold income tax like any other employer. As a relief teacher, you will be paying tax according to the Australian Resident Tax Rates.
6 Things I wish I knew starting as a casual relief teacher.
I started my teaching career exactly where most people do – utterly unsure of what to do, what I wanted, or how to get started.
The #1 Trick to Winning Your First Teaching Contract.
So, you’ve been a relief teacher for a little while, and you’ve decided that you want your first teaching contract.
4 Tips for High School Relief Teachers in Primary Schools.
Just seeing all the tiny children with their clothes and bags that were too big for them, and hand held tightly by their parents made me feel a little nauseous.
3 Skills that Principals look for in a Relief Teacher.
Relief teaching can be tricky. It has wonderful moments (like going home and not needing to mark workbooks all night), but sometimes you want something more.
The Best Strategy for Relief Teachers who Struggle with Names.
With the number of names that you need to remember (and how little time you have to learn them), you need a solid strategy in place to help you.
6 High-Impact Teaching Strategies that take 30 Seconds or Less.
These strategies will take 30 seconds either in your lesson or after. They may just be the best 30 seconds you can spend to support your students.
Casual relief teacher pay rates in Tasmania.
If you are a relief teacher in a public Tasmanian school, you will earn between $35.55 and $58.66 per hour depending on your level of training and experience.
What is the Relief Teacher Pay in NSW?
Casual relief teachers working in NSW public schools will be paid between $381.41 and $460.01 per day from the beginning of 2022, depending on your tier.
How much do ACT relief teachers get paid?
As a relief teacher in ACT public schools, you will earn between $285 and $446 per day depending on how much teaching experience you have.