The school board on which is written in chalk "Teachers strike".

Members’ Meeting 12/05/2016 – Oppose The White Paper

NUT Members’ Meeting
12/05/2016
17h00 to 18h30
Lister Room, East Ham Town Hall; Refreshments available.

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Reserve your place: Attend Event

The climb down by Nicky Morgan and the Government does not mean the end of the Strike Ballot. Our pay and conditions, along with the future of education, are still threatened.

Our meeting on Thursday 12/05/2016 goes ahead as planned and your attendance is as vital as it was before.

Members’ briefing by Martin Powell-Davies, NUT London Regional Secretary.

We still need to build our strike ballot

Please make sure a member from your school attends to report back!

Kevin Courtney, NUT Deputy General Secretary says “Teachers: your pay & conditions are at risk.”

Why the Strike Ballot must continue Download [▼] – Correspondence between Kevin Courtney, NUT Deputy General Secretary, & Peter Smith, Divisional Secretary NTA Newham.

Hands holding word solidarity.
Solidarity

Further info:

A copy of Newham Refugee Poetry Book 2015/16 will be available for all attending, ready for the NTA’s Refugee Poetry Competition

The latest video, about the London Recruits book being turned into a film, will be on display.

(First posted 09/05/2016, updated 11/05/2016)