Pride In London
Arrangements have now been made for the NTA banner to be carried on the Pride in London parade on Saturday 27/06/2015. The NTA contingent will march behind the NUT float. Members of the NUT in Newham are asked to contact Peg Probett, NTA’s President, if they wish to join the contingent. All Newham Members are actively encouraged to join this important event. The Pride In London website is at:
The president, secretary and membership secretary carried the NTA banner, alongside the banner used in the film ‘Pride’, at the annual TUC May Day March.
They were encouraged to also take the NTA banner to the London Pride March on June 27th.
It would be great to see other NTA members marching with us on the day. Details to follow soon!
The Committee Meeting originally scheduled for 05/05/2015 has been moved to 12/05/2015.
Venue: East Ham Town Hall
Time: 17h00 to 18h30
If inquorate an Officers’ Meeting will take place instead.
Reminder: A meeting for NUT Representatives will take place on 28/04/2015.
Venue: East Ham Town Hall
You are invited to contact the NTA President, Peg Probett, with any ideas you have for future General Meetings.
Contact Peg at:
Newham Teachers’ Association has responded to the appeal by Aston-Mansfield to raise funds for the LGBT youth group, Paris, the only support group for LGBT young people in Newham. A donation has been made and a Committee member has volunteered to help with support. If you wish to donate, the website for the appeal is:
The details for donations are on their website, as are contact details for those wishing to volunteer.
Newham Teachers’ Association holds regular meetings for NUT Representatives. All meetings are on Tuesdays at East Ham Town Hall. You will be made welcome.
Dates for Reps Meetings are on our “Meetings” page,
The NUT Reps Bulletins are available on our NUT News page for reference.
Your NTA Secretary, Peter Smith, would like to remind members of some benefits automatically available through NUT membership.
NUT Benefits & Services
All NUT members are covered by group insurance and support services including insurance cover for:
personal property (inc spectacles)
malicious damage to motor vehicles in school or college premises
Newham Teachers’ Association is running a drive to increase the participation level of members in the programme of activites. A working party has been set up to study this.
A meeting on Tuesday 21st April 2015 from 17h00 to 18h30 at East Ham Town Hall will be asking for ideas. This meeting is open to all members.
Meanwhile please contact the NTA President, Peg Probett, with any ideas.
Members are reminded that to ensure that the NUT has up-to-date information for their home address.
The NTA uses the address list provided by the NUT when members are sent information by post. Without the correct address we cannot send you newsletters.
Please note that if the NUT or Newham Teachers Association sends out ballot papers you will lose your opportunity to vote if the NUT does not have your current address.