NOTTINGHAM CITY NUT

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Qctober 1st 2013

For more information please visit the NUT website at http://www.teachers.org.uk

Gove has gone but the fight isn’t over

Keep up the pressure

Leaflet parents and the public

Strike and Rally July 10th

What a day!

Thanks to all our members and school community.

Our action and solidarity helped get rid of Gove

We need to turn up the heat this  Autumn

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We have lots of events happening over the next few weeks.

Go to events for more information

Get involved

 

October 3rd:  “Labour Stand Up for Education” 6pm-8pm

Meeting  with MP’s Chris Leslie and Lillian Greenwood

 

October 8th: Education Under Siege 7pm

Peter Mortimer introduces his latest book detailing the attacks on our education system and the alternatives open to us.

Five Leaves Bookshop, 14a, Long Row, Nottingham.

 

October 9th: What is the real cost of austerity? 7pm  

With Harry Smith, Lindsey German, Ros Wynne, Ruth Lister and Tom Crawford. Organised by Nottingham People’s Assembly.

Nottingham Mechanics Institute, Nottingham.

 

October 10th: NUT SOCIAL at Nottingham Contemporary, 7pm. Live Music. Free drink for NUT members if registered. Friends and family welcome!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nottingham-nut-social-stand-up-for-education-tickets-12960538319

 

October 15th: Lies, Damn Lies and Ofsted’s Statistics 6pm  Public Forum with Professor Philip Moriarty and Kevin Courtney, NUT Deputy General Secretary. University of Nottingham Students Union, University Park. Room tbc.

 

Events Diary

 

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Manifesto for education

 

 

Fighting for Education – Consulting on our Campaign

Fighting for education outlines the Stand Up for Education campaign. It covers the attacks we have faced, the victories we have won and the issues we still need to fight for. Please also join the debate in your workplace and respond to our consultation ballot –

vote yes, yes in the NUT ballot.

 

 

The ballot opened on 26 September 2014 and will close at midday on 22 October. NUT members who do not receive ballot papers by 1 October, should individually contact the Union’s ballot hotline, which will operate from 1 October to 17 October. Phone the hotline between 9am and 5.15pm on 020 7380 6300 or e-mail action@nut.org.uk