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Why I, as a teacher, had to leave the National Education Union over facemasks

I left my lucrative career because I wanted to help children.I can't belong to an organisation which has so little regard for them Ten years ago, I left a secure and well-paid industry job because I wanted to make a change to young people’s lives.

telegraph.co.uk ,  21h 2
Why I, as a teacher, had to leave the National Education Union over facemasks

Schoolkids 'WON'T have to wear masks in class after May 17' as Boris defies unions

BORIS Johnson is set to defy unions and announce that secondary school pupils will no longer have to wear masks in the classroom.The PM will on Monday confirm that government guidance on face coverings in schools will change from May 17 - the same date that indoor household mixing is permitted.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  1d 4
Schoolkids 'WON'T have to wear masks in class after May 17' as Boris defies unions

Boris Johnson must resist pressure from unions over face masks in the classroom

Former ministers tell Government not to 'pander' to teaching union bosses The Government must resist pressure from the unions over face masks in the classroom, former ministers and parents have warned.Boris Johnson has been told not to “pander” to teaching union bosses who have demanded that children should continue to wear masks during lessons until at least June 21.

telegraph.co.uk ,  2d 6
Boris Johnson must resist pressure from unions over face masks in the classroom

Crunch meeting fails to provide breakthrough in school sick pay dispute

Crunch talks between a union and the trust that runs Beal High School in Redbridge over a sick pay wrangle came to nothing.Striking staff have been locked in a dispute with the Beacon Academy Trust for months over issues surrounding sick pay and policy.A lack of breakthrough in talks has led to strikes taking place on March 25, April 28/29, and May 4/5 respectively.

ilfordrecorder.co.uk ,  3d 0
Crunch meeting fails to provide breakthrough in school sick pay dispute

Schoolchildren 'to wear face masks in classrooms until June 21 at earliest'

June 21, 2021, marks the date Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tentatively suggested all restrictions and measures could be done away with Teaching unions are calling on schoolchildren to wear masks in classrooms until AT LEAST June 21.June 21, 2021, marks the date Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tentatively suggested all restrictions and measures could be done away with.

birminghammail.co.uk ,  3d 3
Schoolchildren 'to wear face masks in classrooms until June 21 at earliest'

Teaching unions demand kids wear masks until June 21 despite low infections

TEACHING unions have called for the mandatory masks in secondary schools until at least June 21.A group of unions and scientists have said that the masks will help to prevent negative "consequences" on the health of pupils and parents.🔵 Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates A joint letter to Education Secretary Gavin Williamson from the National Education Union alongside five other unions demands that the face mask rule remains in place until the end of term.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  3d 0
Teaching unions demand kids wear masks until June 21 despite low infections

Teaching unions demand schoolchildren wear masks in classrooms until at least June 21 and lifting measures too soon will have 'consequences' for the health of youngsters and parents

Teaching unions today demanded secondary school children must keep wearing face masks in the classroom until the end of term.England is set to dump the troublesome rule from the next lockdown easing in less than two weeks, amid concerns over how it affects pupils education.But the National Education Union (NEU) among others has now insisted in an open letter that the order should be extended until June 21.

dailymail.co.uk ,  4d 0
Teaching unions demand schoolchildren wear masks in classrooms until at least June 21 and lifting measures too soon will have 'consequences' for the health of youngsters and parents

'I'd rather be teaching'

Teachers and support workers at Beal High School have taken to the picket line for a second time as a dispute about sickness pay rumbles on.This round of industrial action - scheduled for yesterday and today (April 28 and 29) - follows a first strike on March 25 which did not lead to a breakthrough between the parties.

ilfordrecorder.co.uk ,  8d 1
'I'd rather be teaching'

Teachers strike again at Poole's Victoria Education Centre

TEACHERS at Poole's Victoria Education Centre are set to take further strike action today, in the first of three days of consecutive walkouts.Members of the National Education Union (NEU) have already taken six days of action against their employer, the charity Livability.Teachers are angry with changes to their contracts, in particular changes to sick pay and maternity pay which they say no longer matches national terms and conditions most teachers across the country enjoy.

bournemouthecho.co.uk ,  11d 0
Teachers strike again at Poole's Victoria Education Centre

Teachers vote to strike at primary school against academy plans

Staff to strike at Peacehaven Heights Primary School, Sussex STAFF at a primary school are set to take strike action over plans to convert the school to an academy.The decision comes after the Interim Executive Board, which has run Peacehaven Primary School since 2019, put forward plans to hold a consultation on academy conversion this autumn.

theargus.co.uk ,  14d 0
Teachers vote to strike at primary school against academy plans

Teaching assistants are unsung heroes of classroom

By Peter Shreeve, National Education Union, Newport: Steve Longford (CP letters, 09-04-21) seems to be suggesting teaching assistants (TAs) “don’t warrant a higher wage.” He is correct in saying “They are a cheaper substitute for teachers”, but this doesn’t make it right or negate the fact they deserve more.

countypress.co.uk ,  16d 2
Teaching assistants are unsung heroes of classroom

Teachers at 13k a term Stonyhurst College call off strikes after last-minute pensions offer

Teacher strikes at a historic boarding school have been called off after an agreement was reached over pensions.Several teachers at Stonyhurst College, near Clitheroe, went on strike last Thursday (April 15) due to proposed changes to pension contributions.Negotiations had been ongoing for several months and, in March, members of the National Education Union (NEU) voted for industrial action.

lep.co.uk ,  17d 0
Teachers at 13k a term Stonyhurst College call off strikes after last-minute pensions offer

More strike action planned by teachers at Poole special school

More strike action planned by teachers at special school Teachers take strike action at Victoria Education Centre TEACHERS from Poole's Victoria Education Centre are set to take strike action again this week, as a row over conditions of employment with boss Livability continues. Members of the National Education Union (NEU) will down tools for three days of action from Tuesday, April 20, up until Thursday, April 22. They have already taken part in strike action for three days, with picket lines outside

bournemouthecho.co.uk ,  19d 1
More strike action planned by teachers at Poole special school

Teachers at £13k a term private school strike over pensions after talks break down

Teachers at a fee-paying Lancashire college started strike action today (April 15) after talks over pensions broke down.Teachers at historic institution Stonyhurst College, near Clitheroe, formed a picket outside the Stonyhurst estate at 7.30 am this morning due to an ongoing dispute over funding for the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (TPS).

lep.co.uk ,  22d 0
Teachers at £13k a term private school strike over pensions after talks break down

Your chance to have a say on music education in Suffolk

Six unions have come together to ensure Suffolk schoolchildren don't miss out on music lessons due to the coronavirus pandemic.The Music Matters Coalition is formed of the Mother's Union, the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers, the National Education Union, Unison, Unite the union and Voice Community — all of whom believe access to music is a priority for every child and young person.

ipswichstar.co.uk ,  24d 0
Your chance to have a say on music education in Suffolk

Your chance to have a say on music education in Suffolk

Six unions have come together to ensure Suffolk schoolchildren don't miss out on music lessons due to the coronavirus pandemic.The Music Matters Coalition is formed of the Mother's Union, the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers, the National Education Union, Unison, Unite the union and Voice Community — all of whom believe access to music is a priority for every child and young person.

eadt.co.uk ,  24d 0
Your chance to have a say on music education in Suffolk

Gavin Williamson takes classroom fight to woke teachers, says MACER HALL

Macer Hall The Education Secretary has been put on notice that union militants want to turn classrooms into the latest battlefield in the hard-Left's culture war.Delegates at the annual conferences of the National Education Union and the NASUWT, the country's two biggest teaching unions, this week backed demands for a sweeping overhaul of the national curriculum.

express.co.uk ,  27d 2
Gavin Williamson takes classroom fight to woke teachers, says MACER HALL

Gavin Williamson accused of wanting 'teachers on the cheap' with public sector pay freeze

Ministers have let down teachers and other public sector workers by singing their praises during the pandemic and then freezing their pay, the UK’s biggest teaching union has said.

inews.co.uk ,  28d 0
Gavin Williamson accused of wanting 'teachers on the cheap' with public sector pay freeze

Schools must be able to exclude pupils who attack teachers – union leader

Schools must be able to exclude pupils who have attacked teachers or sexually abused pupils, the leader of the UK’s largest teaching union has said.

gazetteandherald.co.uk ,  28d 1
Schools must be able to exclude pupils who attack teachers – union leader