Monthly Archives: April 2016

North Yorkshire Federation April Newsletter

  Please find the link to our latest newsletter here   160415 NYFED April Newsletter Advertisements

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EMPLOYERS’ INTRANSIGENCE FORCES TEACHERS’ STRIKE

  EMPLOYERS’ INTRANSIGENCE FORCES TEACHERS’ STRIKE   Teachers at the De La Salle School in St Helens who are members of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, will today (Thursday) be taking the first day of six … Continue reading

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NO CONFIDENCE IN GOVERNMENT’S SCHOOL PLANS

  NO CONFIDENCE IN GOVERNMENT’S SCHOOL PLANS   The overwhelming majority of primary teachers have no confidence that the Government’s White Paper proposals for schools will tackle the teacher recruitment crisis, a conference organised by the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ … Continue reading

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THE IFS REPORT INTO SCHOOL FUNDING

  NASUWT COMMENTS ON THE IFS REPORT INTO SCHOOL FUNDING   Commenting on the release of the Institute for Fiscal Studies report into school funding, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, said: … Continue reading

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ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF CHILDREN BEING DENIED THEIR EDUCATIONAL ENTITLEMENTS

  ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF CHILDREN BEING DENIED THEIR EDUCATIONAL ENTITLEMENTS   Commenting on primary school admissions, Chris Keates General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK said:   “Too many parents today will be facing deep … Continue reading

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SELECTION BY STEALTH TO EXCLUDE PUPILS FROM DISADVANTAGED BACKGROUNDS RIFE IN THE SYSTEM

SELECTION BY STEALTH TO EXCLUDE PUPILS FROM DISADVANTAGED BACKGROUNDS RIFE IN THE SYSTEM   Commenting on the new research brief ‘Caught Out’ from the Sutton Trust, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, … Continue reading

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WARNINGS ON BASELINE ASSESSMENT JUSTIFIED

NASUWT WARNINGS ON BASELINE ASSESSMENT JUSTIFIED   Commenting on the publication of the comparative study, commissioned by the DfE, on baseline assessments used by primary schools and the announcement that they will not now be used for measuring pupil progress … Continue reading

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