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National Education Union 10h
. say an extra £12.6bn funding is needed in schools to reverse cuts by 2022/23. Read the full joint press release 👉
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Niamh Sweeney Jul 13
State funded nursery and early years education in Cambridge is seriously under threat. We know good education in EY reduces the attainment gap for children in poorer families. We must fight to keep our Nursery Schools open
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NEUnion Cambridgeshire Jul 6
What a fabulous memories! Looking forward to
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National Education Union Jul 5
Your YES vote in our sixth form colleges ballot will make a difference to support better pay and working conditions for all employees. Learn more:
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Blackpool NEU LGBT+ EDUCATORS NETWORK Jul 5
Nick Preston NEU at the TUC LGBT+ Conference... Outlaw LGBT+ conversion therapy ⁦⁩ ⁦
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NEUnion Cambridgeshire Jul 5
A great local job opportunity here!
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NEUnion Cambridgeshire Jul 5
Today - 250 schools are now only able to open 4.5 days a week because of funding cuts. Come and join the protest
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NEUnion Cambridgeshire Jul 5
Replying to @CantabKitty
A team of reps is always a great idea!
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NEUnion Cambridgeshire Jul 5
Replying to @CantabKitty
Brilliant!
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NEUnion Cambridgeshire Jul 5
Replying to @CantabKitty
Your Branch & District Officers are always happy to support with any queries you might have. Have you signed up to Reps training?
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Save Our Schools UK Jul 4
Some English schools 'can't afford to teach five days a week'
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NEUnion Cambridgeshire Jul 5
Replying to @CantabKitty
We only expect reps to do as little or much as they can and feel confident doing. Happy to answer any queries on DM!
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NEUnion Cambridgeshire Jul 5
Locally agreed facilities time to support members and carry out union activities is usually negotiated and agreed depending on union membership. More members...more time. But would always advise it is in blocks equivalent to teaching time to make it easier!
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Dr Mary Bousted Jul 4
These cuts to TA posts are symptomatic of the funding crisis facing schools. Teaching Assistants are invaluable - their work keeps teachers in the classroom. As TA numbers drop, and pupil numbers rise, leading to larger class sizes, even more teachers will leave the profession.
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NEU Eastern Jun 29
Delegates sharing the ‘river journeys’ at the ⁦⁩ LGBT+ Regional conference 🏳️‍🌈
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NEUnion Cambridgeshire Jun 30
Find out how much £££ your school is losing out on!
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National Education Union Jun 24
Have you still not voted to end ? Not much time left as the indicative ballot to primary members closes on 2 July. 🎥 Watch and share why our members think that SATS are bad for children and education. Then, vote NOW 👉
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Niamh Sweeney Jun 24
Dear it was lovely to meet you at the school awards on Friday! It was lovely to hear you congratulate the teaching profession for our hard work & to celebrate our successes. Now can you plug the funding gap for our schools
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Together for education Jun 22
‘We haven’t got any money for our children in schools yet. Promises have been written on the side of the bus that have turned out to be nothing. The strength of our campaign has brought politicians from all parties to this event. The tide has turned! We can win this’-
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NEUnion Cambridgeshire Jun 24
217 schools in have lost real terms funding since 2015! As a county we have lost 44 MILLION in education investment! Parents didn’t vote for this & shouldn’t be asked to plug the gap!
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