Member Registration

Register for My Pension Online

This is what you'll need to get started

  1. Your Personal Details
  2. Your National Insurance number
  3. An email address - we recommend a personal email address

All these details are required to access My Pension Online


Email addressEmail addressIf you share an email address with another teacher only one member will be able to use this as the account login, as email addresses are used as unique usernames. This allows us to keep your information secure.
Please note: This email address will be your username as well as a method to contact you for important account updates. We suggest that you use a personal email address that you will be able to access at any time.

Please note: The answer to your security question is case-sensitive.


Your Personal Details

Please enter your National Insurance Number (and your Teachers' Pension Reference number if known).

What is my TP number?What is my TP number?Your Teachers' Pensions number is seven digits long and is your unique reference (you may also know it as your DfE number). When entering the number please only enter the digits i.e. 11/99999 should be entered 1199999

Keeping in touch with your pension

By registering with this website and providing your email address, you will receive emails from time to time. This will ensure you’re kept up to date on Teachers’ Pensions information relating to your pension. The messages we send are:

Teachers' Pensions account messages - these are communications that contain important scheme related information or information that we're legally required to send you.

Your security
is important


We've improved security to allow you to do more with My Pension Online

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)


The Department for Education (DfE) will use any information you provide in connection with the Teachers’ Pension Scheme to administer and operate the scheme and pay benefits under it.

This may include passing details to third parties that are involved in the administration and operation of the scheme. The DfE may also use your data for administrative purposes in line with its data protection notification. In order to fulfil its duty to protect public money, the DfE may use information it holds to prevent and detect fraud. It may also share information with other organisations that handle public funds. If there is any difference between the legislation governing the Teachers’ Pension Scheme and the information in this application form, the legislation will apply.

For more information on how we will use your data, go to