Monthly Archives: September 2014

URGENT NUT members please complete very short workload Survey by Sunday

By Sunday … Dear colleague Complete our workload survey We are seeking the views of current and former teachers about workload. As a former teacher, we’d value your contribution to help inform our discussions with Government. Kevin Courtney and I … Continue reading

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5000 respond overnight to NUT workload survey which closes on Sunday – get yours in!

Dear colleagues, The NUT has sent a short workload survey to members, the results of which we want to use when we meet Nicky Morgan next week. This follows comments from the Secretary of State that she sees workload as … Continue reading

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Fight in your school on lack of pay progression and workload

This term the big two issues will be pay and workload. Pay appeals In terms of pay, following appraisal meetings some/many members will be denied pay progression. The toolkit below shows you how to prepare the groundwork for your appeal. … Continue reading

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Southwark NUT General Meeting report Weds 18th September

October 14th – UNISON/GMB support staff will be out on strike for a fair pay rise and a living wage and teachers will NOT be STRIKING as teaching unions including the NUT decided not to join them. There was obviously … Continue reading

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Welcome back to a new term and Secretary of State…..

Dear all, The holidays probably now seem like a blissful blur after a return to the chalkface or whatever the IWB version is. The biggest change would appear to be No Gove, however whilst Nicky Morgan has actually offered to … Continue reading

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