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Member voice

The government must remove the pay cap for public sector workers

The School Teachers’ Review Body’s latest report has at last been published. The report warns the government that action must be taken on teachers’ pay to help reverse the crisis in teacher recruitment and retention.

More than just the words

It is usually clear to staff in schools that there is a support need to address when a new pupil from overseas experiences a language barrier.  This may be the child’s first experience of being in an English-speaking environment, and there is much to learn in terms of the new language. 

What’s it like to be an LGBT+ student in 2017?

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales. Since then, legislation may have brought equality in law, but have societal attitudes towards LGBT+ people caught up?

Latest press releases

Wales to pass new law for children and young people with additional learning needs

"NEU Cymru broadly welcomes the new legislation which will affect thousands of pupils, students and parents across Wales as well as the work of education professionals in all school and further education settings."

ATL and NUT form the National Education Union – the largest education union in the UK

Today (1 September) the largest education union in the UK comes into force - with the amalgamation of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) and the National Union of Teachers (NUT) creating the National Education Union.

ATL Cymru comment on Wales GCSE and Welsh Baccalaureate results

Keith Bowen, Director ATL Cymru has congratulated GCSE and Welsh Baccalaureate students in Wales on their results today.

Report and ELM

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Children left behind: How poverty still creates an educational gap between more and less advantaged children.
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ELM
Effective Education, the National Education Union’s project to raise the profile of further education, primary assessment reforms, and the teacher supply crisis.
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Workload rising: As excessive workload increases, we offer you ways of lightening the burden. Funding falling: Schools and colleges will continue to struggle unless all parts of education are properly funded.

Newsletters

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New to teaching
The magazine for trainee teachers and NQ members from the National Education Union.
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ATL Support
The Autumn 2017 issue of the ATL Support newsletter.
Post-16 News
The Autumn 2017 issue of Post 16 News.