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John Cabot academy strike off after workers win all their demands

Issue No. 2486

A strike at John Cabot academy in Kingswood, South Gloucestershire, planned for Tuesday of this week, was called off after workers won all of their demands.

The NASUWT union members had been in dispute over a range of attacks on conditions, such as unannounced lesson observations.

Wendy Exton, from the NASUWT said they were like a “mini-Ofsted every time”.

Workers had planned a two-day strike and a three-day strike later this month.


Ballot at Spalding Grammar

Teachers at Spalding Grammar school in Lincolnshire are balloting for strikes over pay.

The School Teachers’ Pay and Review Body has recommended a 1 percent pay rise for teachers.

Workers say Spalding Grammar school is the only school in Lincolnshire to deny teachers the rise.

The ballot involves NUT union members and teachers could stage a series of strikes next month.

An indicative ballot saw over 93 percent back strikes on a fantastic 100 percent turnout.


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Tue 12 Jan 2016, 16:46 GMT
Issue No. 2486
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