Monthly Archives: April 2014

NASUWT COMMENTS ON TRAGIC DEATH OF TEACHER AT LEEDS SCHOOL

NASUWT COMMENTS ON TRAGIC DEATH OF TEACHER AT LEEDS SCHOOL   Responding to the death of teacher Anne Maguire at Corpus Christi Catholic College in Leeds today, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, said:   … Continue reading

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COALITION’S BETRAYAL OF A GENERATION

COALITION’S BETRAYAL OF A GENERATION   Representatives at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, will today condemn the devastating impact that the Coalition Government’s austerity measures and education policies are having on young people.   Chris … Continue reading

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PUBLIC MONEY BEING ABUSED AND SQUANDERED

PUBLIC MONEY BEING ABUSED AND SQUANDERED   The Coalition Government’s obsession with increased school autonomy and deregulation is leading to public money being abused and squandered, the Annual Conference of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, will hear today.   … Continue reading

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DEREGULATION OF HEALTH AND SAFETY PUTS PUPILS AND STAFF AT RISK

DEREGULATION OF HEALTH AND SAFETY PUTS PUPILS AND STAFF AT RISK   The Coalition Government’s attacks on health and safety provisions are jeopardising the quality of educational provision for children and young people, representatives at the Annual Conference of the … Continue reading

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ABUSE OF SOCIAL MEDIA RIFE IN SCHOOLS

ABUSE OF SOCIAL MEDIA RIFE IN SCHOOLS   Teachers are being increasingly adversely affected by the abuse of social media, a survey by the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, has found.   In its second annual survey of teachers, more … Continue reading

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TEACHERS FACE HOME INVASION ON A GRAND SCALE

TEACHERS FACE HOME INVASION ON A GRAND SCALE AS A RESULT OF ABUSE OF EMAIL   Teachers are being swamped with work-related emails on weekends, in holidays and even when they are on sick leave, adding to their already excessive … Continue reading

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UNJUSTIFIED PENSION CHANGES WILL DETER NEW RECRUITS

  UNJUSTIFIED PENSION CHANGES WILL DETER NEW RECRUITS   The majority of teachers cannot afford to pay more for their pension and believe the adverse changes to teachers’ pensions will deter new recruits from entering the profession, new figures from … Continue reading

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