barnet NUT section



General Meeting

  7th November 2018

Time: 5.30pm

Hendon Town Hall

The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BG 

The Division Secretary and other officers will be available before and after the meeting to discuss individual / personal/school or professional concerns.










Minutes of last General Meeting


Matters Arising


Conference Delegates and Motions


Officers reports


Rep and Members Briefing about the Pay Ballot



·         Funding Crisis including SEN funding

·         Workload


Amalgamation Update


Members’ questions to Secretary re: general / whole school / professional issues


Any other business




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Barnet NUT Section, National Education Union, Barnet House, 1255 High Road, London, N20 0EJ




School Cuts

Disadvantaged children likely to be hit hardest by Government changes to school funding, shows new School Cuts interactive website from NUT and ATL

Schools with the most disadvantaged children are likely to face the biggest funding cuts when the Government reallocates school funding, according to calculations by the NUT and ATL.

The calculations – the subject of, a new interactive map from the unions – show that if the Government just reallocates the existing overall schools’ budget.

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