The National Union of Teachers and the NASUWT are holding a public rally on education at the ICC, Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2EA. The rally is for all interested in our education service, be you a Teacher, headteacher, parent/carer, school governor, pupils or interested member of the public.
Saturday 11 May 2013 from 11:00-12:30 All are welcome
- Do you believe that the Government should listen to teachers?
- Are you concerned about the Government’s changes to the National Curriculum?
- Are you angry about rising workloads and punitive accountability measures?
- Are you concerned about the Government’s planned changes to the pay system for
- Are you concerned about being forced to work to the age of 68 and about paying more
for your pension?
- Are you worried that government changes now mean that anyone can teach, even without
training and qualifications?
- Are you concerned that taxpayer-funded schools can be run by private companies for
- Do you think that our education system deserves better?
Since 2010, the Government has embarked on massive changes to education.
But the majority of these changes are not supported by parents, teachers or schools. The NASUWT and NUT are opposed to the Government’s changes to teachers’ pensions and pay and are working together to protect jobs and working conditions for teachers.
Schools are on the brink of a major crisis that is damaging the teaching profession and will undermine education for years to come.
Members of the NASUWT and NUT are saying: “Enough is enough – it’s time to rally for the
education of our children and young people.”
FREE to attend. Come and find out more about the next steps in the NASUWT and NUT campaign!
Chris Keates, General Secretary NASUWT,
Kevin Courtney, Deputy General Secretary NUT,
and others including a parent, a school governor and a headteacher.