This page outlines the basic salary ranges for all teachers from September 2013:
England and Wales (excluding London and fringes) Inner London Outer London London fringe
Head teachers
Max £106,148 £113,303 £109,151 £107,199
Min £42,803 £49,961 £45,805 £43,851
Leading practitioners
Max £57,520 £64,677 £60,525 £58,565
Min £37,836 £44,986 £40,838 £38,878
Upper pay ranges
Max £37,124 £45,450 £40,838 £38,173
Min £34,523 £41,912 £37,975 £35,571
Main pay ranges
Max £31,868 £36,751 £35,468 £32,914
Min £21,804 £27,270 £25,369 £22,853
Unqualified teachers
Max £25,267 £29,379 £28,272 £26,313
Min £15,976 £20,092 £18,977 £17,025

View definitions of the London fringe, outer London, and inner London 

Schools now have the freedom to decide how much they pay a teacher and how quickly pay progresses, enabling the most successful teachers to progress faster on the basis of annual appraisals. Find out more about the reforms to teachers' pay in the School Teachers' Pay and Conditions Document 2013 (PDF, 1.1MB)

Teaching and learning responsibility (TLR) payment

An additional payment to a teacher for taking on sustained additional responsibilities:

TLR 1 max £12,517
TLR 1 min £7,397
TLR 2 max £6,259
TLR 2 min

£2,561

Special educational needs (SEN) allowance

An additional payment is available for taking on SEN responsibilities. An SEN allowance of no less than £2,022 and no more than £3,994 per annum is payable to a classroom teacher.