Monthly Archives: January 2017

Why I’m leaning towards NASUWT

When I started teaching I never thought I would have need of unions. In my head, I associated the unions with British Leyland, Arthur Scargill and a 1970s world of wildcat strikes. So when it came to signing up to … Continue reading

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“Teachers in England don’t value CPD”

I have a confession to make, namely to a guilty feeling of relief when I realised that a clash of engagements would result in my missing the next staff training event. Not surprising, I hear you say. After all, who wants to listen to … Continue reading

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