College principals across the UK have earned a combined total of more than £33 million throughout 2004-2005, writes Vijay Pattni, reporter for FE News.

According to information collected and released by the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) and available on their website (to view the LSC's College Accounts document for 2004 / 2005, please click here), a total of £33,962,000 was handed out to Principals across the country.

The spreadsheets give intimate details of college spending and income, and in light of the now postponed lecturer's strike over pay, these figures will no doubt unsettle the bruised hierarchy of the sector. Following Friday's publication of the highest earning Principals, below is the second part of the comprehensive list of the principals" pay in those colleges who responded to the LSC request for data in the country. To interpret the figures, please note that PS is short for Principal's Salary.

The List: £99,000 p.a. - £90,000 p.a.

Chesterfield College, Derbyshire; PS: £99,000.

West Thames College, London West; PS: £99,000.

Sixth Form College, Farnborough (The), Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £99,000.

Herefordshire College of Technology, Hereford and Worcestershire; PS: £99,000.

Filton College, West of England; PS: £98,000.

Barking College, London East; PS: £97,000.

Lincoln College, Lincolnshire and Rutland; PS: £97,000.

Peterborough Regional College, Cambridgeshire, PS: £97,000.

Southgate College, London North; PS: £97,000.

West Nottinghamshire College, Nottinghamshire; PS: £97,000.

Huddersfield Technical College, West Yorkshire; PS: £97,000.

Hartlepool College of Further Education, Tees Valley; PS: £97,000.

City of Westminster College, London Central; PS: £96,000.

Middlesbrough College, Tees Valley; PS: £96,000.

North East Worcestershire College, Hereford and Worcestershire; PS: £96,000.

Highbury College, Portsmouth, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £96,000.

North Devon College, Devon and Cornwall; PS: £95,000.

Wakefield College, West Yorkshire; PS: £95,000.

York College, North Yorkshire; PS: £95,000.

Oldham Sixth Form College, Greater Manchester; PS: £95,000.

Sixth Form College, Colchester (The), Essex; PS: £95,000.

Blackburn College, Lancashire; PS: £95,000.

Worcester College of Technology, Hereford and Worcestershire; PS: £95,000.

Bromley College of Further and Higher Education, London South; PS: £95,000.

Plymouth College of Art and Design, Devon and Cornwall; PS: £95,000.

Brooklands College, Surrey; PS: £94,000.

Northampton College, Northamptonshire; PS: £94,000.

Stephenson College, Leicestershire; PS: £94,000.

Farnborough College of Technology, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £94,000.

Orpington College of Further Education, London South; PS: £94,000.

South Devon College, Devon and Cornwall; PS: £93,000.

Telford College of Arts and Technology, Shropshire; PS: £93,000.

Wolverhampton College, Black Country; PS: £93,000.

Southampton City College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £93,000.

Abingdon and Witney College, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire; PS: £93,000.

Milton Keynes College, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire; PS: £93,000.

North Warwickshire and Hinckley College, Coventry and Warwickshire; PS: £93,000.

Leeds College of Art and Design, West Yorkshire; PS: £92,000.

St Helens College, Greater Merseyside; PS: £92,000.

Strode College, Somerset; PS: £92,000.

King George V College, Greater Merseyside; PS: £92,000.

Spelthorne College, Surrey; PS: £92,000.

Hopwood Hall College, Greater Manchester; PS: £92,000.

Runshaw College, Lancashire; PS: £92,000.

North West Kent College of Technology, Kent and Medway; PS: £92,000.

Northbrook College, Sussex; PS: £91,000.

Harlow College, Essex; PS: £91,000.

Amersham and Wycombe College, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire; PS: £91,000.

Bedford College, Bedfordshire and Luton; PS: £90,000.

Burton College, Staffordshire; PS: £90,000.

New College, Swindon, Wiltshire and Swindon; PS: £90,000.

Somerset College of Arts and Technology, Somerset; PS: £90,000.

Seevic College, Essex; PS: £90,000.

Stanmore College, London West; PS: £90,000.

The List: £89,000 p.a. - £80,000 p.a.

Christ the King Sixth Form College, London East; PS: £89,000.

Esher College, Surrey; PS: £89,000.

Greenhead College, West Yorkshire; PS: £89,000.

Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College, Tees Valley; PS: £89,000.

Gateshead College, Tyne and Wear; PS: £89,000.

Hastings College of Arts and Technology, Sussex; PS: £88,000.

Southport College, Greater Merseyside; PS: £88,000.

Thurrock and Basildon College, Essex; PS: £88,000.

West Kent College, Kent and Medway; PS: £88,000.

Sir George Monoux College, London North; PS: £88,000.

Leek College of Further Education and School of Art, Staffordshire; PS: £88,000.

Basingstoke College of Technology, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £88,000.

Broxtowe College, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire; PS: £87,000.

Harrow College, London West; PS: £87,000.

Thanet College, Kent and Medway; PS: £87,000.

Peter Symonds College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £87,000.

Enfield College, London North; PS: £86,000.

Leeds College of Building, West Yorkshire; PS: £86,000.

South Trafford College, Greater Manchester; PS: £86,000.

Walford and North Shropshire College, Shropshire; PS: £86,000.

West Cheshire College, Cheshire and Warrington; PS: £86,000.

Aquinas College, Greater Manchester; PS: £86,000.

Palmers College, Essex; PS: £86,000.

Stockton Riverside College of Further Education, Tees Valley; PS: £86,000.

Bishop Burton College, Humberside; PS: £85,000.

Boston College, Lincolnshire and Rutland; PS: £85,000.

Halesowen College, Black Country; PS: £85,000.

Loughborough College, Leicestershire; PS: £85,000.

North Lindsey College, Humberside; PS: £85,000.

South Nottingham College, Nottinghamshire; PS: £85,000.

Stafford College, Staffordshire; PS: £85,000.

Thomas Danby College, West Yorkshire; PS: £85,000.

Pendleton College, Greater Manchester; PS: £85,000.

Derwentside College, County Durham; PS: £85,000.

Josiah Mason Sixth Form College, Birmingham and Solihull; PS: £85,000.

Warrington Collegiate Institute, Cheshire and Warrington; PS: £85,000.

Solihull Sixth Form College, Birmingham and Solihull; PS: £85,000.

Burnley College, Lancashire; PS: £84,000.

Cricklade College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £84,000.

Barton Peveril College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £84,000.

Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridgeshire; PS: £84,000.

John Leggott Sixth Form College, Humberside; PS: £84,000.

Totton College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £84,000.

Ashton-under-Lyne Sixth Form College, Greater Manchester; PS: £84,000.

Capel Manor College, London North; PS: £83,000.

Darlington College of Technology, Tees Valley; PS: £83,000.

Royal Forest of Dean College, Gloucestershire; PS: £83,000.

Tamworth and Lichfield College, Staffordshire; PS: £83,000.

Havering Sixth Form College, London East; PS: £83,000.

Sparsholt College, Hampshire, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £83,000.

Shrewsbury College of Arts and Technology, Shropshire; PS: £83,000.

Calderdale Colleges Corporation (The), West Yorkshire; PS: £83,000.

Reaseheath College, Cheshire and Warrington; PS: £82,000.

City of Bath College, West of England; PS: £82,000.

Grantham College, Lincolnshire and Rutland; PS: £82,000.

Weymouth College, Bournemouth Dorset and Poole; PS: £82,000.

Cardinal Newman College, Lancashire; PS: £82,000.

Queen Marys College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £82,000.

Woodhouse College, London North; PS: £82,000.

Hugh Baird College, Greater Merseyside; PS: £82,000.

Joseph Chamberlain Sixth Form College, Birmingham and Solihull; PS: £82,000.

Aylesbury College, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire; PS: £82,000.

Isle of Wight College (The), Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £82,000.

St Charles Catholic Sixth Form College, London Central; PS: £82,000.

Yorkshire Coast College of Further and Higher Education, North Yorkshire; PS: £82,000.

Newcastle-under-Lyme College, Staffordshire; PS: £81,000.

Northumberland College, Northumberland; PS: £81,000.

Selby College, North Yorkshire; PS: £81,000.

West Suffolk College, Suffolk; PS: £81,000.

Yeovil College, Somerset; PS: £81,000.

Blackpool Sixth Form College (The), Lancashire; PS: £81,000.

Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College, Leicestershire; PS: £81,000.

Bicton College of Agriculture, Devon and Cornwall; PS: £80,000.

Newbury College, Berkshire; PS: £80,000.

Stourbridge College, Black Country; PS: £80,000.

The Sixth Form College Brooke House, London East; PS: £80,000.

Henley College (The), Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire; PS: £80,000.

The List: £79,000 p.a. - £70,000 p.a.

Berkshire College of Agriculture (The), Berkshire; PS: £79,000.

Hadlow College, Kent and Medway; PS: £79,000.

Bishop Auckland College, County Durham; PS: £79,000.

Chelmsford College, Essex; PS: £79,000.

Henley College Coventry, Coventry and Warwickshire; PS: £79,000.

South Leicestershire College, Leicestershire; PS: £79,000.

Stamford College, Lincolnshire and Rutland; PS: £79,000.

John Ruskin College, London South; PS: £79,000.

Winstanley College, Greater Manchester; PS: £79,000.

Accrington and Rossendale College, Lancashire; PS: £79,000.

Otley College of Agriculture and Horticulture, Suffolk; PS: £79,000.

Stroud College of Further Education, Gloucestershire; PS: £79,000.

Mary Ward Centre (The), London Central; PS: £78,000.

Cirencester College, Gloucestershire; PS: £78,000.

Eastleigh College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £78,000.

Birkenhead Sixth Form College, Greater Merseyside; PS: £78,000.

Godalming College, Surrey; PS: £78,000.

Leyton Sixth Form College, London North; PS: £78,000.

Loreto College, Greater Manchester; PS: £78,000.

Reigate College, Surrey; PS: £78,000.

Evesham and Malvern Hills College, Hereford and Worcestershire; PS: £78,000.

Cleveland College of Art and Design, Tees Valley; PS: £77,000.

Dewsbury College, West Yorkshire; PS: £77,000.

Newark and Sherwood College, Nottinghamshire; PS: £77,000.

Bolton Sixth Form College, Greater Manchester; PS: £77,000.

Coulsdon College, London South; PS: £77,000.

Havant College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £77,000.

Holy Cross College, Greater Manchester; PS: £77,000.

Epping Forest College, Essex; PS: £77,000.

South East Derbyshire College, Derbyshire; PS: £77,000.

Mid-Cheshire College of Further Education, Cheshire and Warrington; PS: £77,000.

Stratford upon Avon College, Coventry and Warwickshire; PS: £77,000.

Great Yarmouth College of Further Education, Norfolk; PS: £77,000.

Working Mens College (The), London Central; PS: £76,000.

Carlisle College, Cumbria; PS: £76,000.

Dunstable College, Bedfordshire and Luton; PS: £76,000.

Cadbury Sixth Form College, Birmingham and Solihull; PS: £76,000.

Carmel College, Greater Merseyside; PS: £76,000.

Itchen College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £76,000.

Priestley College, Cheshire and Warrington; PS: £76,000.

St Marys College, Blackburn, Lancashire; PS: £76,000.

Askham Bryan College, North Yorkshire; PS: £75,000.

Bexley College, London East; PS: £75,000.

East Devon College, Devon and Cornwall; PS: £75,000.

Salford College, Greater Manchester; PS: £75,000.

Bilborough College, Nottinghamshire; PS: £75,000.

Longley Park Sixth Form College, South Yorkshire; PS: £75,000.

New College, Telford, Shropshire; PS: £75,000.

Sir John Deanes College, Cheshire and Warrington; PS: £75,000.

Pershore Group of Colleges (The), Hereford and Worcestershire; PS: £75,000.

City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College, Staffordshire; PS: £75,000.

Lakes College, West Cumbria, Cumbria; PS: £74,000.

Alton College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £74,000.

Gateway Sixth Form College, Leicestershire; PS: £74,000.

Huddersfield New College, West Yorkshire; PS: £74,000.

North Area College, Greater Manchester; PS: £74,000.

Shrewsbury Sixth Form College, Shropshire; PS: £74,000.

St Vincent College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £74,000.

Worcester Sixth Form College, Hereford and Worcestershire; PS: £74,000.

Kingston Maurward College, Bournemouth Dorset and Poole; PS: £74,000.

Leeds College of Music, West Yorkshire; PS: £73,000.

Hillcroft College, London South; PS: £73,000.

Craven College, North Yorkshire; PS: £73,000.

Lowestoft College, Suffolk; PS: £73,000.

Salisbury College, Wiltshire and Swindon; PS: £73,000.

King Edward VI College, Stourbridge, Black Country; PS: £73,000.

Richard Huish College (The), Somerset; PS: £73,000.

Tauntons College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £73,000.

Huntingdonshire Regional College, Cambridgeshire; PS: £72,000.

Macclesfield College, Cheshire and Warrington; PS: £72,000.

Norton Radstock College, West of England; PS: £72,000.

Redbridge College, London East; PS: £72,000.

Franklin College, Humberside; PS: £72,000.

Prior Pursglove College, Tees Valley; PS: £72,000.

Xaverian College, Greater Manchester; PS: £72,000.

Nelson and Colne College, Lancashire; PS: £72,000.

Northern College for Residential Adult Education, South Yorkshire; PS: £72,000.

Lancaster and Morecambe College, Lancashire; PS: £71,000.

Redcar and Cleveland College, Tees Valley; PS: £71,000.

Haywards Heath College, Sussex; PS: £71,000.

Thomas Rotherham College, South Yorkshire; PS: £71,000.

Dearne Valley College, South Yorkshire; PS: £70,000.

Leeds College of Technology, West Yorkshire; PS: £70,000.

West Herts College, Hertfordshire; PS: £70,000.

Eccles College, Greater Manchester; PS: £70,000.

St Dominics Sixth Form College, London West; PS: £70,000.

Brighton, Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College, Sussex; PS: £70,000.

The List: £69,000 p.a. and Below

Rodbaston College, Staffordshire; PS: £69,000.

Morley College, London Central; PS: £69,000.

Kidderminster College, Hereford and Worcestershire; PS: £69,000.

Shipley College, West Yorkshire; PS: £69,000.

Swindon College, Wiltshire and Swindon; PS: £69,000.

East Norfolk Sixth Form College, Norfolk; PS: £69,000.

Wilberforce College, Humberside; PS: £69,000.

Plumpton College, Sussex; PS: £68,000.

Furness College, Cumbria; PS: £68,000.

Barrow-in-Furness Sixth Form College, Cumbria; PS: £68,000.

St Brendans Sixth Form College, West of England; PS: £68,000.

Woking College, Surrey; PS: £68,000.

St John Rigby Roman Catholic Sixth Form College, Greater Manchester; PS: £68,000.

Brooksby Melton College, Leicestershire; PS: £67,000.

Easton College, Norfolk; PS: £67,000.

Bracknell and Wokingham College, Berkshire; PS: £67,000.

Cannock Chase Technical College, Staffordshire; PS: £67,000.

Joseph Priestley College, West Yorkshire; PS: £67,000.

Long Road Sixth Form College, Cambridgeshire; PS: £67,000.

Paston College, Norfolk; PS: £67,000.

Stockton Sixth Form College, Tees Valley; PS: £67,000.

Varndean College, Sussex; PS: £67,000.

Hereward College of Further Education, Coventry and Warwickshire; PS: £67,000.

Kendal College, Cumbria; PS: £66,000.

Bexhill College, Sussex; PS: £66,000.

Notre Dame Sixth Form College, West Yorkshire; PS: £66,000.

Wyke Sixth Form College, Humberside; PS: £66,000.

Hereford Sixth Form College, Hereford and Worcestershire; PS: £66,000.

College of Richard Collyer in Horsham (The), Sussex; PS: £65,000.

Regent College, Leicestershire; PS: £65,000.

East Riding College, Humberside; PS: £64,000.

Ruskin College, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire; PS: £64,000.

Herefordshire College of Art and Design, Hereford and Worcestershire; PS: £64,000.

NEW College, Pontefract, West Yorkshire; PS: £63,000.

St Marys RC Sixth Form College, Tees Valley; PS: £63,000.

Worthing College, Sussex; PS: £63,000.

Farnham College, Surrey; PS: £62,000.

King Edward VI College, Nuneaton, Coventry and Warwickshire; PS: £62,000.

Hartlepool Sixth Form College, Tees Valley; PS: £61,000.

Fircroft College of Adult Education, Birmingham and Solihull; PS: £60,000.

Scarborough Sixth Form College, North Yorkshire; PS: £59,000.

Ludlow College, Shropshire; PS: £56,000.

Bede College, Tees Valley; PS: £51,000.

Portsmouth College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; PS: £35,000.

Salary information was not available for the following colleges: Skelmersdale College, Lancashire; Isle College, Cambridgeshire; Braintree College, Essex; Strodes College, Surrey; Sandwell College, Black Country; Penwith College, Devon and Cornwall; Keighley College, West Yorkshire; Fareham College, Hampshire and Isle of Wight; Plater College, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire; Hilderstone College, Kent and Medway; and Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College, Greater Manchester.

Once again, to view the LSC's College Accounts document for 2004 / 2005, please click here. To continue the list of College Principals" salaries, please click here!

Vijay Pattni

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