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Issue No. 2356

Primary teachers call a conference

Teachers and others are set to hold a conference on primary education.

It will spell out the problems with education secretary Michael Gove’s planned primary curriculum and debate the alternatives.

What is the future for primary education? Saturday 15 June, 11am–4pm, ULU, Malet St, London WC1E 7HY. Register at primarycharter.wordpress.com


Rally for education

Rally for education in Islington, north London. Tuesday 11 June, 7pm, Islington Town Hall, 222 Upper Street, London N1 1XR


School strikes over observations

Teachers at John Gulson primary school in Coventry began a two-day strike on Tuesday of this week.

The NUT and NASUWT union members are fighting a new appraisal policy and excessive observations.

Send messages of support to NUT rep Stuart Steer at montyhall@hotmail.com and coventry.nut@btconnect.com

Meanwhile at NUT and NASUWT union members at Westwood Girls’ College in Croydon were set to strike over observations on Thursday of this week.

Send messages of support to union rep Ania Giejgo at aniagiejgo@gmail.com


College strike to defend 70 jobs

Lecturers at Chesterfield College were set to strike to save jobs on Thursday of this week. Management wants to impose compulsory redundancies on 70 lecturers.

end messages of support to jeaden@tesco.net


Kirklees College to ballot

UCU members at Kirklees College are balloting for strikes to defend jobs, pay and conditions.

Bosses want to slash over 50 jobs and cut the pay of those workers who remain.

The ballot ends on Monday of next week.


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Tue 4 Jun 2013, 17:42 BST
Issue No. 2356
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