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Swinton High School teachers strike for five days over workloads

28 October 2014
Teachers at Swinton High School in Salford, Greater Manchester, began a five-day strike on Tuesday of last week.

Schools round-up

24 June 2014
Teachers at St Joseph’s Catholic Academy in Hebburn, south Tyneside, struck on Tuesday and Thursday of last week.

Teachers' strikes can beat hated Tory Michael Gove's attacks

25 March 2014
Tory education secretary Michael Gove is weak. The first national teachers’ strike since 2011 is a chance to turn the tide on him, writes Sadie Robinson

Teachers prepare to take the fight to hated Tory minister Michael Gove

18 March 2014
The first national teachers’ strike in two years is for the future of education, reports Sadie Robinson

NASUWT won't call more strikes this term against Michael Gove

18 February 2014
The NASUWT teaching union has announced it won’t join a national strike this term to defend teachers.

Teachers prepare for national strike

11 February 2014
The National Union of Teachers (NUT) announced plans on Friday of last week for a strike across schools in England and Wales for Wednesday 26 March.

Walkout threat gets result at Henley Sixth Form College

11 February 2014
NUT union members at Henley Sixth Form College in Oxfordshire have won a victory after threatening strikes.

Teachers' union calls national strike against Michael Gove

07 February 2014
The National Union of Teachers announced today, Friday, plans for a national strike across schools in England and Wales for Wednesday 26 March. 

Teacher's at National Autistic Society schools strike back over attacks on conditions

04 February 2014
Teachers at four schools run by the National Autistic Society (NAS) struck for three days last week.

Teachers walk out for conditions and pupils at four National Autistic Society schools

28 January 2014
Teachers at four schools run by the National Autistic Society (NAS) struck on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week.

Anti-Acadamies Alliance AGM

28 January 2014
More than 50 people attended the Anti Academies Alliance AGM. 

NUT teachers union confirms it will call a national strike

21 January 2014
The NUT union has confirmed a policy to call a national strike this term unless Tory education secretary Michael Gove makes serious movement in an ongoing dispute. The union executive (NEC) met on Thursday of last week.

Strikes and campaigns in schools, colleges and universities

21 January 2014
Abbey Special School in Rotherham | Birchgrove Comprehensive School in Swansea | Dukeries Academies in Nottingham | Birmingham University | Gateway sixth form college in Leicester | Sulivan Primary school in Hammersmith | Anti Academies Alliance AGM

Round up: Strikes and protests in schools and colleges

14 January 2014
Strike at Copland Community School, Wembley | Strike at Abbey School, Rotherham | Strike at Dukeries Academy, Nottingham | Strike at Gateway Sixth Form College, Leicester | Strike at Birchgrove Comprehensive School, Swansea | Protest against Michael Gove at Marling School, Stroud | Meeting of NUT union executive

Teaching unions must call more strikes

07 January 2014
Activists in teaching unions are calling for more action to defend their pay, pensions and conditions.

Teachers say no to cuts in pay and conditions

17 December 2013
Teachers at schools run by the National Autistic Society (NAS) went on strike on Thursday of last week. 

Gove plays talks game

19 November 2013
The NUT and NASUWT teaching unions issued a press release last week complaining of “game-playing” by education secretary Michael Gove.

Teachers call for strikes as Gove goes on offensive

12 November 2013
Education secretary Michael Gove has sent a provocative letter to the NUT and NASUWT teaching unions, which are in dispute over attacks on pay, pensions and conditions. 

Elections in National Union of Teachers important for the next stage of strikes

05 November 2013
Elections are underway in the NUT teachers’ union.

Teachers' unions pull back from national strike this year against Gove

25 October 2013
Teaching unions have retreated from plans to call a national one-day strike before Christmas. The news will be a bitter blow to teachers across Britain who want to see a serious fight that can beat Tory education secretary Michael Gove.

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