“Yes good I know it causes; immense stress and anxiety for my pupils, extra workload for me and they affect my Performance Management but;
What would we do instead?
How would the boycott work?
What about my Headteacher?”
Invite us into your school; discuss this with us so we can end SATs and make this campaign work for the sake of our pupils and ourselves.
Organise a school union meeting and use these excellent materials to reduce your workload and build the Joint Union Fair Funding & Pay Campaign.
General Mtg Tues 9th Oct 5:30pm Hanwell Community Centre, Westcott Crescent W7 1PD 1. Building The Joint Union Fair Funding & Pay Campaign 2. Reducing Your Workload 3. Moving Up The Pay Scales
Last Friday the NUT National Executive section of the NEU agree to move towards a national ballot, starting with an indicative ballot. These proposals will be put to the the Joint Executive Council of the NEU when it meets on Oct 6th.
For this campaign to have the best possible chance of success, the London wide rally this Thursday 6pm Central Hall, Westminster, needs to be well attended.
With less than two weeks to the March Against Racism – UN Anti-Racism Day, it’s time for anti-racists across the country to get active in bringing together all the campaigns that make the march so crucial.
Ealing NEU have agreed to sponsor up to 6 Ealing NEU delegates to this important conference
10 February at 10:00–16:30 Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London WC1H 9BD – Near Kings Cross Station
We could be facing significant reduction in our ability to support, advise and represent members, at the time when you would find yourself in a highly anxious and threatening situation.
88% of schools are still facing real-terms cuts despite Government announcements about more money going into the system.
That means: less for our children and young people, bigger classes, fewer teachers and staff, a reduced curriculum, parents & teachers plugging the gaps.