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The General Meeting of Wiltshire NUT will be on Monday December 11th at The Bear Hotel, Devizes 6.00 - 7.30

All NUT members are warmly invited to our meetings. An excellent buffet is provided free-of-charge. Travel expenses can be reclaimed

10/10/17

Lobby of Parliament 24th October 2017

On Tuesday 24 October the National Education Union will hold a mass lobby of Parliament to protest against education funding cuts. MPs will be asked to put pressure on the Chancellor to find the funding needed to reverse the cuts and invest in our children and young people, a month before he is set to deliver his budget statement.

All travel expenses will be paid.

 

25/07/17

 

28/04/17

 

15/03/17

 

02/02/17

The agenda for the AGM of the Wiltshire Association of the NUT, on Monday March 13th, is as follows: 

1. Register of Attenders

2. Minutes of the 2016 AGM/Matters Arising

3. Adoption of Standing Orders – President to move

4. Financial Statement: Report – Treasurer

5. Caseworker Report

6. Reports: Secretary – Mike Harrison

7. Induction of President – Alan White

8. The Presidential Address

9. Executive Report

10. Regional Office Report

11. Election of Officers, Committee, JCC and TAC representatives

12. Any other urgent business

Nominations for Wiltshire NUT Officers:

Post HonorariaNominatorSeconder
Vice-President    
Secretary £2529 + 2 days a week paid leave + use of NUT laptop  
Treasurer £1471 + use of NUT laptop  
Minuting Secretary £221  
Equal Opportunities Officer   
Health and Safety Adviser£249   
Website Editor£600   
Secretary Teacher Support Network   
Casework Support Officer1 day a week paid leave – up to UPS3 salary   


07/11/16 

Seven delegates from Wiltshire NUT attended the Special Conference on Saturday November 5th held to discuss possible amalgamation with the ATL. The ATL held a similar conference on the same day. The conferences endorsed the rules of the new union, to be called the National Education Union. This decision will now be put to the members of both unions for approval in ballots to be held in the spring term.

More information can be found here:

https://www.teachers.org.uk/members-reps/your-union/professional-unity 

05/07/16 

Wiltshire's new banner being used on the July 5th day of strike action   


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20 November 2017
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16 November 2017
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17 November 2017
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20 November 2017
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14 November 2017
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26 October 2017
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23 October 2017
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19 October 2017
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16 October 2017
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