The academy boss paying himself nearly £500k with YOUR money… while 23 others receive at least £200,000 – TWICE as much as headteachers in local authority schools are allowed
- Sir Dan Moynihan, of the Harris Federation, has overall package of £500,000
- Many academy bosses leading small trusts earn more than the Prime Minister
- The news comes as concern grows over academy pay levels, with Education Secretary Justine Greening demanding ‘restraint’
Britain’s best-paid academy bosses earn a total of more than £21million, it emerged yesterday.
Almost one in five of the highest earners receive at least £200,000 a year, with Sir Dan Moynihan’s overall package at almost £500,000.
Sir Dan, chief executive of the Harris Federation of 44 schools, earns at least £420,000, with a minimum of £50,000 in pension contributions on top of this.