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WORKLOAD IS A MAJOR BARRIER TO TEACHING

2017 WORKLOAD IS A MAJOR BARRIER TO TEACHING AS A CAREER, SAY TEACHERS Workload is the biggest barrier to young teachers making the profession their career, a conference organised by the NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union, has heard. Young teachers … Continue reading

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OFQUAL PROPOSALS ON COMPUTER SCIENCE

NASUWT COMMENTS ON OFQUAL PROPOSALS ON COMPUTER SCIENCE   Commenting on the announcement by Ofqual around issues related to GCSE Computer Science, Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union, said:   “The NASUWT recognises that Ofqual … Continue reading

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CHANCELLOR FAILS TO GRASP THE NETTLE OVER CRISIS IN TEACHING

CHANCELLOR FAILS TO GRASP THE NETTLE OVER CRISIS IN TEACHING   “In the Budget, the Chancellor had the opportunity to provide a big and bold solution to the deeply damaging teacher recruitment and retention crisis affecting schools. By not addressing … Continue reading

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NASUWT AND SUPPLY REGISTER PROMOTE ETHICAL ALTERNATIVE FOR SUPPLY TEACHER EMPLOYMENT

NASUWT AND SUPPLY REGISTER PROMOTE ETHICAL ALTERNATIVE FOR SUPPLY TEACHER EMPLOYMENT The NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union, and the Supply Register teaching agency have today announced a new partnership in a memorandum of understanding to promote an ethical alternative for … Continue reading

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The latest Pay Award lists updated 14th November 2017.

Please let us have any other new information you know about your school. Schools/Academies/MATs Paying 2% M1 to M6   Abbey MAT Gorse MAT Sentamu Academy Learning Trust University Of Chester Academies Trust AET Hamwic Vector Learning Trust Arete MAT … Continue reading

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Teachers’ Pay Award 2017/18 – Employers meeting the NASUWT’s minimum expectations as at 18 October 2017

Local Authorities     Birmingham Bolton Bury Calderdale Cumbria Devon Doncaster Enfield Greenwich Hull Knowsley Lancashire Leeds Lewisham Liverpool Newcastle upon Tyne North Lincolnshire North Tyneside Oldham Redbridge Rochdale Rotherham Salford Shropshire Solihull South Gloucestershire Southampton Stockport Tameside Telford and Wrekin … Continue reading

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NFER REPORT INTO FLEXIBLE WORKING IN TEACHING

NASUWT COMMENTS ON NFER REPORT INTO FLEXBLE WORKING IN TEACHING   Commenting on the report published today (24th October) by the NFER into how better part time and flexible working opportunities could support teacher retention, Chris Keates, General Secretary of … Continue reading

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