barnet NUT section

 


The National Education Union

The amalgamation of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) and The Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL)

The National Education Union represents the majority of teachers and educational professionals in the UK. We stand for the future of education. Join us at www.neu.org.uk/join or call 0345 811 8111 Monday to Friday 9am-5pm.  


 

This is a temporary website. - Watch out for our new NEU Barnet website in the coming months

Despite the heading this is a website for all NEU members in Barnet not just those that were in the NUT Section.   It is just that we are using the old NUT Section website until we get our new one.



National Education Union - Barnet District Annual General Meeting

Wednesday 20th March at 5:30pm

Hendon Town Hall, The Burrough, Hendon, London, NW4 4BG

Followed by the

Annual General Meetings

of

Barnet Branch for State Funded Schools

and

Barnet Branch for Independent Schools.


 

AGM OF BARNET DISTRICT

AGENDA

(Order to be decided by the chair)

1 Apologies

2 Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting

3 Correspondence

4 Reports and Statement of Account

5 Installation of new President and Vice President

6 Number of committee members and officers..

7 Local subscription rate

8 Changes to rules – subject to approval by the Executive

9 Declaration of the results of the election of officers and Committee

10 Facilities Time

11 Survey on Honoraria

12 President’s address

13 Motions on which proper notice has been given to the Secretary

14 Discussion of matters declared urgent by the meeting

 

 

AGM OF BARNET BRANCH FOR STATE FUNDED SCHOOLS

AGENDA

(Order to be decided by the chair)

1 Apologies

2 Correspondence

3 Installation of new President

4 Number of committee members and officers

5 Changes to rules – subject to approval by the Executive

6 Declaration of the results of the election of officers and Committee

7 Motions on which proper notice has been given to the Secretary

8 Discussion of matters declared urgent by the meeting

 

 

AGM OF BARNET BRANCH FOR INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS

AGENDA

(Order to be decided by the chair)

1 Apologies

2 Correspondence

3 Installation of new President

4 Number of committee members and officers

5 Changes to rules – subject to approval by the Executive

6 Declaration of the results of the election of officers and Committee

7 Motions on which proper notice has been given to the Secretary

8 Discussion of matters declared urgent by the meeting

Committee 2019-2020

The Committee for 2019/2020 will be


Past President: Bahir Laattoe (also Equalities Officer)

President: Zeenat Syed

Vice President: Marina Robb

Secretary: Keith Nason

Treasurer: Linda Hearne (also Health and Safety Adviser)

Membership Secretary : Clare Gravestock

Support Staff Officer: Jon Cohen

Committee Members:

Peter Block

Terry Sullivan

Kristy Charitou

Andrew Monaghan - ex-officio - Barnet and Southgate College Branch Secretary.

 


 

 

To Join

In the meantime if want to join please go to neu.org.uk/join or phone 0345 811 8111

To Get Help or Advice

If you need help or advice first please check the self help pages  www.teachers.org.uk/help-and-advice

 If that does not provide the answer please either email the advice line via neu.org.uk/contact-neu-advice-line or call 0345 811 8111

Stressed or worried?

Want to talk now?

24 Hour Counselling Service

08000 562 561

free from most landlines

provided by the Education Support Network

 

Barnet District, 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 schoolcuts.org.uk, a new interactive map from the unions – show that if the Government just reallocates the existing overall schools’ budget.