Monthly Archives: April 2012

‘RECKLESS DEREGULATION IS CREATING THE ‘WILD WEST’ IN SCHOOLS’

‘RECKLESS DEREGULATION IS CREATING THE ‘WILD WEST’ IN SCHOOLS’ SAYS THE NASUWT Commenting on the findings of the investigation into the Priory Federation of Academies Trust published today, Chris Keates General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union said: … Continue reading

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‘WORKERS’ MEMORIAL DAY TAKES ON NEW POIGNANCY’

‘WORKERS’ MEMORIAL DAY TAKES ON NEW POIGNANCY’ SAYS THE NASUWT The NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, will be supporting Workers’ Memorial Day, the biggest national event in support of health and safety on 28 April. It is being seen as … Continue reading

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BAHRAIN VISIT TO CALL FOR RELEASE OF TEACHER TRADE UNIONISTS

BAHRAIN VISIT TO CALL FOR RELEASE OF TEACHER TRADE UNIONISTS Dr Patrick Roach, Deputy General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, has today arrived in Bahrain as part of an international trade union delegation to call for the … Continue reading

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NASUWT response to joint union principles on performance management

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Joint Union principles on performance management

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PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT ISSUES AND THE NASUWT POSITION

Dear Colleagues, Some of you will be aware that immediately before Conference other teacher unions issued a joint statement on Performance Management (copy attached). The NASUWT did not sign up to this statement for the reasons that you will see … Continue reading

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YOUNG PEOPLE LET DOWN BY EDUCATIONAL VANDALISM

YOUNG PEOPLE LET DOWN BY EDUCATIONAL VANDALISM Responding to the publication of Ofsted’s Apprenticeships for Young People report, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, said: “It is ironic that this report highlights the value of … Continue reading

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