Monthly Archives: May 2014

Promises broken by this Coalition

The Promise For the first time, the State took responsibility for establishing a national education service of primary and secondary education. Richard Austen Butler Minister of Education ‘This Act… provides a new framework for promoting the natural growth and development … Continue reading

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Check out the May 2014 North Yorkshire Newsletter here

140516 Final NYFED Newsletter May 2014 (1)

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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE REPORT INTO FREE SCHOOLS

NASUWT COMMENTS ON PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE REPORT INTO FREE SCHOOLS   Commenting on the report Establishing Free Schools, published today by the Public Accounts Committee, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, said:   “The NASUWT … Continue reading

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COLLEGE OF TEACHING POLL

NASUWT COMMENTS ON COLLEGE OF TEACHING POLL   Commenting on the publication of the Sutton Trust’s poll of teachers on plans by the Prince’s Teaching Institute to introduce a College of Teaching, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the … Continue reading

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A letter to Mr Gove

29th April 2014 Dear Mr Gove, I am writing to inform you of the death of Mr Gareth Utting, a teacher of English at a secondary school in Shropshire. Gareth died at the age of 37 of a massive heart … Continue reading

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TEACHERS TO STRIKE

  SHREWSBURY TEACHERS TO STRIKE   Members of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, will hold two days of strike action tomorrow (7 May) and Thursday (8 May) at Shrewsbury Sixth-Form College in Shropshire. The action has … Continue reading

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THE BLUNKETT REVIEW

NASUWT COMMENTS ON THE BLUNKETT REVIEW   Commenting on the report, Putting Students and Parents First by David Blunkett MP, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, said:   “The interests of children and young people … Continue reading

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