Gender pay gap report 2020

As required by the Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information Regulations 2017) the gender pay gap at St Mary’s has been calculated in order to show the difference between the average earnings of men and women across the school. The calculations were based on the workforce on 5th April 2019.

The school uses salary scales for teaching staff and hourly rates of pay for domestic and catering staff, thus ensuring equal pay for men and women. The gender pay gap is a result of the roles that men and women are employed in and the salaries these roles attract.

The workforce at the school consists of 74.9% (73.1%) women and 25.1% (26.9%) men. The mean gender pay gap is 5.8% (1.7%) and the median pay gap is 6.4% (0.8%). 

The percentage of males and females in the different earnings quartiles are as follows:

Quartile

Male

Female

Upper Quartile

33.3%  (28.6%)

66.7% (71.4%)

Upper Middle Quartile

21.0% (25.8%)

79.0% (74.2%)

Lower Middle Quartile

22.6% (27.4%)

77.4% (72.6%)

Lower Quartile

23.8% (25.8%)

76.2% (74.2%)

St Mary’s School Ascot is committed to equal opportunities irrespective of gender, and training and promotion opportunities are open to all.