Monthly Archives: March 2012

This letter was posted today to your Chair of Governors from your County Secretary

Dear Chair of the Governing Body, NASUWT Action Short Of Strike Action (ASOSA) I am writing to thank you for your support so far and to ask you for your continued support into the future. Teachers’ pay has been cut, … Continue reading

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Instructions on Claiming Union Fee Tax Allowance

Recently several colleagues have asked about claiming their Union Membership fees back from the tax man. The best way to do this at present is to contact our Regional Centre, with your membership number and ask them to help. Their … Continue reading

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Wesleyan Commentary on Budget 2012

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‘CHIEF INSPECTOR ONLY TELLS HALF THE STORY’,

‘CHIEF INSPECTOR ONLY TELLS HALF THE STORY’, SAYS THE NASUWT Commenting on the speech by the Chief Inspector of Schools, Sir Michael Wilshaw to the ASCL Conference in Birmingham today, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ … Continue reading

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‘GOVERNMENT SUBMISSION ON LOCAL PAY HIGH ON RHETORIC BUT SHORT ON EVIDENCE’

‘GOVERNMENT SUBMISSION ON LOCAL PAY HIGH ON RHETORIC BUT SHORT ON EVIDENCE’ SAYS THE NASUWT Commenting on the Chancellor’s submission to Pay Review Bodies on local and regional pay for public services, published alongside the Budget statement on 21 March, … Continue reading

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NASUWT COMMENTS ON THE BUDGET STATEMENT

NASUWT COMMENTS ON THE BUDGET STATEMENT Responding to the Budget Statement, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, said: “No respite on the public sector pay freeze, which is causing misery for millions … Continue reading

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BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL FORCES FURTHER STRIKE ACTION

BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL FORCES FURTHER STRIKE ACTION Members of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, are poised to take two further days of strike action (20 and 21 March) at Castle Vale School in Birmingham. Following the day of strike action … Continue reading

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