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National Education Union calls for school closures "at least for some time and at least in some areas"

#SchoolClosureUK - @NEUnion calls for school closures from @BorisJohnson

NEU comments on Education Support survey on Covid pressures on schools

Education Support survey on Covid pressures on schools

Ofsted inspections temporarily suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic

@Ofsted Suspends Inspections as #COVID19 Spreads Ofsted inspections are temporarily suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic @GavinWIlliamson has announced today (17 Mar).

Government pay proposals for teachers and school leaders in England are “divisive and inadequate”, says joint union statement

Four education unions – ASCL (@ASCL_UK), NAHT (@NAHTnews), NEU (@NEUnion) and Voice (@Voicetheunion) – have today written to education secretary @GavinWilliamson regarding the Government’s response to the recommendations of the 30th report of the School Teachers’ Review Body (STRB). The deadline for submissions is today (14 Sept).

NEU writes to Prime Minister about his failures to address school safety

After @ONS shows 60% rise in Covid cases in England in past week, @NEUnion writes to Prime Minister @BorisJohnson about his failures to address school safety - @MaryBoustedNEU @cyclingkev In light of today's announcement by the Office of National Statistics that COVID cases have risen by 60% in the last week, the joint general secretaries of the National Education Union, Dr. Mary Bousted and Kevin Courtney, have written to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Education Secretary Gavin Williamson reiterating the measures that must be carried out now – as a matter of urgency – if we are to ensure education continues for all pupils.   

Gavin Williamson confirms that schools and colleges will not be returning during the summer holidays

@MaryBoustedNEU @NEUnion and @LaylaMoran respond to @GavinWilliamson commenting that schools and colleges will not be returning during the summer holidays Education Committee evidence sessions: MPs questioned Secretary of State for Education

Over 1000 councillors write to Gavin Williamson calling for greater support for local authorities to help vulnerable families

#NEUCllrs - 1,173 local authority councillors from across England have signed the @NEUnion Councillors letter to @GavinWilliamson  Local Authorities are at the forefront of supporting families and schools during these unprecedented times. They are calling for greater support for local authorities to help vulnerable families, free school meals to be provided throughout the school holidays and for local authorities to be given a role in co-ordinating with schools, trade unions and the DfE on a safe end to school closure.

Funding Should Be Equal but not at a Cost to Schools, says ATL

At the Association of Colleges (AoC) Conference in Birmingham today, the Secretary of State for Education, Ruth Kelly MP, announced that the Government are planning to cut into the 13% funding gap between FE colleges and school "“ based sixth forms.

Petition calling for action on fixing exams system reaches 25,000 signatures in its first 24 hours

Over 25,000 people have already signed the @NEUnion #FairGrade2021 petition to the Prime Minister which launched on Wednesday night, in a demonstration of the anger and frustration generated by the Government's catastrophic mishandling of this year's A-Level and GCSE grading process.

“Bigger Changes” needed for summer 2021 - Disastrous handling of this year’s exam results must never happen again

Ahead of #GCSE #ResultsDay tomorrow (20 Aug) the Joint General Secretaries of the National Education Union  (@NEUnion) have written to @GavinWilliamson the Education Secretary, setting out why the disastrous handling of this year’s exam results must never happen again:


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