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No Rep In Your School? Then Contact The NEU

No school rep? Then contact Ealing NEU to find out about our national campaign on funding and pay alongside the Headteachers unions. Find out how to use the DfE’s toolkit to reduce workload in your school.

Fair Pay & Funding + Reduced Workload. Invite The NEU To Talk To Staff.

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

Fair Pay & Funding + Reduced Workload. Thurs 13th Sept 6:00 pm Central Hall Westminster Storey’s Gate, SW1P 3BT (Westminster tube station)

Update:
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.

Ealing NUT Meeting Tues 23 rd Feb 5pm HCC W7 1PD

Ealing NUT Meeting Tues 23rd Feb 5pm HCC W7 1PD + Special Guest Sean Morris Junior Doctor from Ealing Hospital
Main Agenda 1. Sean Morris 2. Winning in our Schools Improving our Workload & Obtaining NUT compliant policies on Pay & Appraisal 3. Amendments to Conference Motions

Junior Doctor Yannis Gourtsoyannis of the BMA National Executive will be attending Our Meeting Tues 24th Nov 5pm HCC

Yannis Gourtsoyannis of the BMA National Executive Junior Doctors Ctte will be attending our General Meeting to explain why British Medical Association (BMA) members are fighting Tory health secretary Jeremy Hunt’s plans to impose new contracts. They voted by 98 percent for strikes and 99 percent for action short of strikes, on a turnout of 76 percent. They will now strike for 24 hours on 1 December, providing only “emergency care”, followed by “full withdrawals of labour” on 8 and 16 December. Junior doctors are fighting new contracts that would rip apart their terms and conditions. Some face a deep pay cuts—and they warn that the plans would put patient safety at risk.
Ealing NUT Mtg Tues 24th 5pm Hanwell Community Centre, Westcott Crescent, Hanwell W7 1PD

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