If members would like to comment on, or contribute to, the NEWSLETTER contact:

Mick Robinson, Assistant Secretary, at mickrobinson@nasuwt.net 

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September 2017: Welcome to the new Academic Year, Academies spending millions on Consultants - and Trustees, The Kingsway Academy Closure, Pension Changes Making "You Work Til You Drop", The STPCD 2017,  Be In Control Of Your Performance Management and The New A Levels.
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October 2017: End to the Pay Cap?, The National Education Union, Subscriptions 2017,  NASUWT NWRC Training Courses, the new Secretary's Report - Pay, Flexible Working (Part Time), Performance Management and Pay Progression and The Storytelling Weekend with Taffy Thomas!
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November 2017: Academy Budget Surpluses, Teachers' Mental Health, Flexible Working, Malicious Allegations and in the Wirral Secretary's Report: Contracts, Safe-guarding, Performance Management & Pay Progression, The Part Time Teachers'  Briefing and finally Real Term Losses in Teachers' Pay.
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December 2017: It's time to explain to members how their union is organised Locally, Regionally and Nationally; and what they could do for it. Also in the Secretary's Report: Action Short Of Strike Action, Selective Strike Action and the Lack of Pay Progression.
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January 2018: Trebling of Pupil Suspensions for Assault, Chancellor Fails to Grasp the Nettle, The 2017 Ofsted Annual Report, Edsential Advice and The  Secretary's December Report including "Lucky to Work Here", Flexible Working, Term Dates and Holidays and a few other issues of possible interest.
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February 2018: Who is Accountable for Running our Schools? Unqualified Teachers Plugging the Gaps, Who Are They Trying to Recruit Now? Energy Drinks Guidance, The Secretary's Report - Google Yourself, Help! a plea for School Reps., Pay Appeals; Training Notices and some future dates.
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March 2018: Public Accounts Committee Report on Teacher Supply, Academy Programme A Toxic Brand? Local Officers Declared At The AGM, Elections For National Executive Members, Ofsted Pupil Exclusion Figures, The Secretary's Report - Schools' Budgets, 1st Notice Letters & Real Cuts To Education.
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April 2018: The TUC March and Rally on Saturday 12th May 2018, in London, the event is entitled ‘A new Deal for Working People’. Several Reports written on Teacher Workload, TROOPS TO T£ACH£RS and the Secretary's Report from Conference 2018 inc. the Teachers' Mental Health motion and other issues.
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May 2018: The TUC "A New Deal For Working People" March & Rally - London 12 May 2018, Schools That Work For Everyone, Settlement Agreements, Flexible Working, The Secretary's Report (Important Stuff), Casework Assistance Member Application Form (CAF) and US Teachers Have the Same Problems as Us.
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June 2018: Violence At Work Incidents Increasing, National Teacher Vacancies Website, The Free For All Squandering Public Money, TUC 150 Years Old, the Secretary's Report has School Reps Training Day, National Conference 2019, Incidents Involving the Police; After GDPR - An Easy Guide to Email Security.
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July 2018: NASUWT Special Educational Needs Survey Report, Public Sector Pay Increases, Cover is not Contractual, Reforms to Academy Regulations Are Not Enough, School Workforce Statistics and Secretary's End of Year Report.

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