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.
The 2017 BTC takes place on Friday 3 – Sunday 5 November 2017 in Birmingham and will be the biggest ever. Phyll Opoku-Gyimah has confirmed as a keynote speaker and there will be at least eight interactive workshops to choose from.
London Pay Demo & Rally Assemble 5:30pm opposite Downing St. Please see pay motion that I and others will be putting to the NUT National Executive on Thurs 5th Oct. Comments and feedback much appreciated.
It is an urgent time for anti-racists to organise. We need to defend refugees and migrants, oppose Islamophobia and anti-semitism and resistracist scapegoating on all fronts.
Ealing NEU – NUT Section will sponsor members to attend this important conference. Kevin Courtney Joint NEU Secretary is one of the key speakers.
Fifty years on from the 1967 Abortion Act, many women in the UK still struggle to access abortions because of cuts in health services, obstructions from medical staff or because the law was never extended to Northern Ireland.
Justine Greening is hinting that she might reduce the size of the cuts. We are confident that this Carnival if successful will help persaude her to reverse all of the cuts. It is supported by the NAHT ATL & NUT.
Campaigning can reverse the school funding cuts, please encourage colleagues to attend our General/Ctte meeting in the Walpole Room Ealing Town Hall next Tues 4th July at 5:30pm. Help us build the Carnival Against the Cuts on Sunday July 16th