The NASUWT's largest assault claim was for a West Midlands secondary school teacher who was injured after being assaulted by two pupils, as she attempted to break up a fight between the pair.
She received £113,905 in compensation, plus an additional £200,473 in a Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) award.
A 33-year-old college teacher from the East Midlands was given a settlement of £500,000 after sustaining a back injury when a lift she was travelling in at work suddenly dropped from the mezzanine floor to the reception.
A third NASUWT member, from the South East, got a CICA compensation award worth £91,784 after being punched in the mouth by a Year 10 pupil. The 59-year-old suffered a broken root on a tooth and developed post-traumatic stress disorder.
Tens of millions of pounds worth of compensation was awarded to teachers in the last year for accidents, attacks and discrimination at work.
Figures show a surge in payouts to school staff, with the overall totals reaching record levels.
One 33-year-old West Midlands teacher received more than £300,000 after she was injured breaking up a fight between two pupils.
Information obtained from three of the UK's largest unions show that a number of school staff were handed five or six-figure payouts, with figures indicating that the total amount paid out in compensation last year stretched to more than £40 million.
The NASUWT teaching union said it secured around £20.7 million for its members in 2013 - over 30% more than in 2012.
Nottingham City Council closes its consultation on the terms and conditions of teaching staff, following agreed changes that create a five-term school year. Teachers have already carried out three days of strike action over the changes.