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Sixth Form College Teachers’ Pay for 2017-18

On Monday 26 February, the Staff Side reached agreement with representatives of the Sixth Form Colleges Association, the colleges’ national body, regarding pay for sixth form college teachers

T levels – we need your views

The National Education Union is very keen to hear the views of members on the government’s plans for T levels, which are to be fully implemented by 2022 .

Upcoming meetings to discuss ongoing action by NEU

NEU's pay and workload dispute continues, and as such, our industrial action continues.

Statement on Negotiations on Pay and Industrial Action

Since late May 2017 there has been an intensive series of negotiating meetings between the Northern Ireland Teachers Council (the teaching unions) and Management Side (the school employers and the Department of Education) to seek a resolution to the ongoing pay dispute (and in respect of associated workload and accountability issues) which has led to the current industrial action in schools.

No improvement in pay offer for sixth form college teachers

On Monday 4 December, 2017 the National Joint Council for Sixth Form Colleges Committee for Teaching Staff (Staff Side) met representatives of the Sixth Form Colleges Association (SFCA), the colleges’ national body, to resume discussions on the sixth form college teachers’ annual pay award from September 2017.

Sixth Form Colleges pay offer rejected by staff

The Sixth Form Colleges Association (SFCA), the colleges employers’ national body, have offered a pay increase of 1% on all scale points and allowances from 1 September 2017. The Staff Side have rejected this offer and asked the SFCA to go back to its colleges and meet with the Staff Side again to make a higher offer. 

Association of Colleges makes final recommendation on FE pay in England

In response to the joint trade union claim for 2017/18, the Association of Colleges (AoC), has made a final recommendation of a 1% increase applied to all salaries, or the sum of £250 where this is more beneficial.

Ballot on non-party political fund

The NEU Political Fund ballot has now closed and we are pleased to report that members have voted overwhelmingly in favour of establishing a Political Fund.

Joint Union Advice on School Teachers’ Pay 2017-18

Working with 5 other unions across England and Wales, ATL has jointly produced advice on the application of the proposed changes to the STPCD, including the adoption of pay scales and the application of individual pay increases. This joint advice will be sent to all schools following the formal confirmation of the proposed changes and the publication of the 2017 School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD).