Gender Pay Gap Reporting for 2016-17
|TBGS Gender pay gap calculations|
|Mean gender pay gap in hourly pay|
|Median gender pay gap in hourly rate|
|Percentage difference in median||44.2%|
|Percentage of employees who received bonus pay|
|Employees by pay quartiles|
|% Males||% females|
|Upple middle quartile||48.7%||51.3%|
|Lower middle quartile||40.3%||59.7%|
|Number of employees within organisation||250-499|
Gender Pay Gap reporting 2016-17
Information to support published information
Torquay Boys’ Grammar School Trust consists of two secondary schools. The mean pay difference is due to each having a male principal and a higher number of males in the senior leadership teams. There is equal pay within posts but appointments are made to the best person for the role.
The upper middle quartile predominantly represents the teaching roles in school and here the difference can be seen to be negligible.
The median difference is due to the percentage of females in the lower quartiles being significantly higher. Male and females do all roles and have equal pay but the number of females is higher in the support staff roles.