Ealing Reps Training Tues 29 March 8:30 am

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Ealing Cricket Club Corfton Road W5 2HS

It is a 5 min walk from Ealing Broadway Tube Station. There is Parking on the grounds. And its been refurbished!

1. Training Sessions For The Day

Session 1 8:30 – 9:00 am Breakfast a chance to socialise, network and ask questions.

Session 2 9:00 – 10:15 am Value Education Value Educators VE-VEHow to reduce workload in our schools With Henry Fowler NEU National Campaigns Manger.

Session 3 10:15 – 10:30 am Tea & coffee break Another chance to socialise, network & ask questions.

Session 4 10:30 – 11:45 am Achieving a reduction in our workload across Ealing at the same time. Rather than school by school along with other issues such as facility Time for Reps & local officers and paid religious leave for support staff. With Henry Fowler & Stefan Simms

Session 5 11:45 – 12:45 pm Lunch which will be two courses. A more leisurely chance to socialise, network and ask questions.

Session 6 12:45 – 2:00 pm Women In the Workplace: Flexible Working, Maternity & Menopause – Fighting sexism in schools. With Sandra Bennett National NEU Legal Officer

Session 7 2:00 – 2:15 pm Tea & coffee break One last chance to socialise, network & ask questions.

Session 8 2:15 – 3:30 pm What if my Headteacher says no? Advice and training in supporting members.  With Laura Johnson our new London Regional Officer!

How Do I Get Released?

To book your place, simply inform me by email stefan.simms@neu.org.uk or text 07817 643 546 and hand the official Head Teacher Letter- Ealing March 2022 Mark H to your Headteacher. They have been informed by us and by Ealing LA via ‘Gate-Keeping’.

Please remember that your attendance on this course has been agreed, through Ealing’s Local Teachers Trade Union Agreement. Your school can claim the cost of a qualified supply teacher from Ealing using this form – reimbursement of supply cover for neu training event[51175]. All union reps have statutory annual entitlement to training. It is of course good manners to be professional when informing your Headteacher.