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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,

pound;81,080

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

135,000

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

Ken Boston, Qualifications and Curriculum Authority chief executive, Pounds

242,511

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

pound;149,033

Mark Haysom, Learning and Skills Council chief executive, Pounds

180,000-plus

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

107,000

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

129,999

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

pound;65,908

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,

pound;91,003

Jean Gemmell, Professional Association of Teachers general secretary,

pound;63,536

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

110,650

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

21,636

Teaching assistant, from pound;8,500

Caretaker, from pound;10,500

Cookcanteen supervisor, from pound;4,800

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