Mandatory gender pay gap reporting
Any organisation that has 250 or more employees must publish and report specific figures about their gender pay gap.
The gender pay gap is the difference between the average earnings of men and women, expressed relative to men's earnings.
Employers must both:
- publish their gender pay gap data and a written statement on their public-facing website
- report their data to the government
This information must be published by 4 April each year.
Please find below the information relating to Horizons Specialist Academy Trust:
|2018 to 2019 gender pay gap data|
|Difference in mean hourly rate of pay||26.7 %|
|Difference in median hourly rate of pay||34.4 %|
|Difference in mean bonus pay||0 %|
|Difference in median bonus pay||0 %|
|Percentage of employees who received bonus pay||Male |
|Employees by pay quartile||Male||Female|
|Upper quartile||42.0 %||58.0 %|
|Upper middle quartile||25.7 %||74.3 %|
|Lower middle quartile||18.6 %||81.4 %|
|Lower quartile||11.4 %||88.6 %|
|Size of your organisation|
|Number of employees within your organisation||250 to 499|