Thursday 24 April 2014

NATIONAL UNION OF TEACHERS

NOT AFFILIATED TO ANY POLITICAL PARTY


 


© Paul Willcocks

 


 

STRIKE and MARCH

 

Wednesday 26th March 

 

Unfortunately Michael Gove will still not enter into meaningful negotiations despite many others also showing he is wrong and is just following his political dogma irrespective of how much damage to does to education both now and in the future.

 

Joining the March

 

You can either meet at East Finchley Station at 10am or go direct to Duchess Street W1A 1AA for 11:30 (look out for the Barnet NUT banner)

 

WHY WE ARE RESORTING TO STRIKE ACTION?

 

The NUT sincerely regrets the disruption that will be caused by strike action on Wednesday 26th March for children and parents. Teachers, however, feel they have no other choice to demonstrate their concerns about the Government’s proposals because Michael Gove:

  • has done nothing to address the crisis of low morale in the teaching profession which threatens the continued provision of high quality education in your child’s school;
  • is making changes to teachers’ pay, pensions and conditions that will make it harder for schoosl to recruit and retain good teachers;
  • has not engaged in negotiations with us to seek to resolve our dispute.

 

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KEEP CALM

 

AND

 

STAND UP FOR

 

 EDUCATION

 


WANT TO GET MORE INVOLVED WITH BARNET NUT?

If you are interested in becoming more involved with Barnet NUT such as joining the committee then contact me via the contact us page


NO REP AT YOUR SCHOOL?

Then why not become the rep.  To find out more about being a rep please get in touch via the contact us page.

 

Keith

 

Keith Nason

Secretary