TSC Has Updated Duties, Responsibilities And Salary Of B5, C1 Teachers

By Getrude Mathayo / Published May 7, 2022 | 12:54 pm




KEY POINTS

There are six notches. Each notch has a different basic salary. The salary increases from the first notch to the highest notch.


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The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) developed new job grades for teachers under the Career Progression Guidelines (CPG).

The current TSC upgrading of teachers led to the scrapping of some job groups and the merging of others. Under the new system of grading tutors, the grade that was previously known as P1, which was under Job Group G, was scrapped and replaced with Grade B5.

This grade was designated as the new entry grade for all tutors at the primary school level. Secondary Teachers II are teachers in Secondary schools whose grade is C2 (formerly K; Grade C2 is an entry grade for secondary school teachers who are holders of a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or its equivalent.

The basic salary varies from one notch to another. The teacher in the first notch earns a basic salary of 27,195 shillings while the teacher in the sixth notch takes home a basic salary of 33,994 shillings.

A school that is located in an area mapped as a municipal zone will get more commuter and house allowance. Similarly, a school that is located in an area mapped as a hardship area will get a hardship allowance. A teacher in grade B5 will get a monthly hardship allowance of 8,200 shillings.

There are six notches. Each notch has a different basic salary. The salary increases from the first notch to the highest notch.

Physical Disability is another factor that contributes to the amount a teacher takes home. In this job group, a teacher who is physically challenged is entitled to a disability guide allowance of 20,000 shillings per month.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Prepare lesson plans, lesson notes, timetables scheme of work, and maintain academic standards in school to ensure that syllabus is covered in time for valuation.

  2. Teach the subjects of specialization and impart knowledge, skills, and attitude to the learner.

  3. Evaluate the learners in subjects of specialization and prepare learners for national and other examinations. Introduce new ideas and programs for improvement in teaching and learning in subjects of specialization

  4. Ensure safety and health for learners

  5. Ensure cleanliness of the school compound and tidiness of learners

  6. Ensure consistency and improvement in curriculum delivery through teamwork and collaboration planning

  7. Serve as the role model and maintain learner discipline to create a conducive environment for learning

  8. Provide guiding and counseling services to learners to instill norms and values for harmonious co-existence

  9. Participate in workshops, seminars symposiums to share ideas and enhance knowledge in subject areas

  10. Engage learners in curriculum and co-curriculum activities so as identity, nurture and develop talents

  11. Organize remedial actions for learners with performance gaps. Perform any other as may be assigned






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