Who gets what...

17th September 2004 at 01:00
Salaries and benefits - not including pensions

Charles Clarke, Education Secretary, pound;130,347

David Miliband, schools standards minister, pound;95,281

Margaret Hodge, children's minister, pound;95,281

Ivan Lewis, skills and vocational education minister, pound;86,173

Stephen Twigg, education junior minister, pound;86,173

Jane Davidson, Welsh assembly minister for education and lifelong learning,


Phil Willis, Liberal Democrat education spokesman, pound;57,485

Tim Collins, Conservative education spokesman, pound;57,485

David Normington, Department for Education and Skills permanent secretary,

up to pound;145,000

Peter Housden, DfES director general of schools directorate, up to Pounds


Ralph Tabberer, Teacher Training Agency chief executive, pound;121,304

Ken Boston, Qualifications and Curriculum Authority chief executive, Pounds


Heather du Quesnay, National College for School Leadership chief executive,


Mark Haysom, Learning and Skills Council chief executive, Pounds


David Bell, chief inspector of schools, pound;132,588

Registered school inspector, pound;4,500 for one school inspection

School inspection team member, pound;350 to pound;450 a day

Carol Adams, General Teaching Council chief executive for England, Pounds


Allowance for former GTCE chair John Beattie, pound;40,800, for two days a

week including pound;1,779 supply cover to his school

Graham Badman, director of education, Kent, between pound;120,000 and


Carol Chambers, director of education, Rutland, between pound;54,770 and


Steve Sinnott, National Union of Teachers general secretary, pound;78,960

Chris Keates, National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers

acting general secretary, pound;86,004

Mary Bousted, Association of Teachers and Lecturers general secretary,


Jean Gemmell, Professional Association of Teachers general secretary,


David Hart, National Association of Head Teachers general secretary, Pounds


John Dunford, Secondary Heads Association general secretary, pound;83,696

Alistair Falk, headteacher, West London academy, pound;120,000

Typical secondary head, pound;62,547

Typical secondary deputy head, pound;47,763

Secondary head of department, up to pound;39,435

Typical primary head, pound;43,296

Typical primary deputy head, pound;37,419

Primary curriculum area co-ordinator, up to pound;34,914

Newly-qualified teacher, pound;18,558

Basic teacher pay after one year, pound;20,025; after two years, Pounds


Teaching assistant, from pound;8,500

Caretaker, from pound;10,500

Cookcanteen supervisor, from pound;4,800

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