School cuts: the national funding formula and the launch of the National Education Union
Together for education: As the National Education Union is launched, bringing together ATL and the NUT as the professional voice for education, Report explains the aims and priorities of your new, larger union.
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.
This event will equip you with some important information for new teachers.
Our first workshop will cover everything you should expect from Induction, what your rights and responsibilities are and how to ensure you successfully flourish as a new teacher.
The second workshop will look at school trips and what your responsibilities are in terms of planning, risk assessment, health & safety.
Hampshire District BBQ with Mary Bousted
Shape the future: why you should vote for a new union.
THAT Conference instructs the Executive Committee to raise with the NEU Joint Executive Committee the need for an explicit mechanism for determining the representation of districts on the NEU Executive Committee.
THAT Conference welcomes the progress that has been made in bringing ATL and the NUT together to form a new union, the NEU.
THAT Conference notes that ATL currently enjoys excellent channels of communication with the Welsh Government, which could be at risk, and that the Committee in Wales provides a forum for formulating member response to Welsh Government policies, which are radically and increasingly divergent from
Today, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) and the National Union of Teachers (NUT) announced that members have voted overwhelmingly in favour of joining to form a new union*. The union will be called the National Education Union.