Whether you’re starting your training in a school or at university, the National Education Union is here to support you throughout your teacher training and your career.
Advice for teachers starting out in their careers, known as Early Career Teachers (ECT) in England and Northern Ireland and Newly Qualified Teachers (NQT) in Wales.
Schools and colleges need to be effectively led by leaders and managers who are well supported and developed to meet and succeed in an immensely challenging education environment.
Advice for supply members, whether working via agencies or directly with schools, and for NEU branch and district officers supporting such members.
The NEU represents support staff members across the UK in the maintained, academy, free school, independent, further education, sixth form and university sectors.
This guidance summarises the position in respect of pay and conditions for unattached teachers employed by local authorities in England and Wales.
The NEU is committed to supporting all teachers in all sectors including teachers working in residential establishments.
Advice on pay, conditions of service and other matters for Soulbury employees.
We represent more teachers and support staff working in independent schools than any other union.
The NEU is involved in local negotiations with many colleges and campaigns with other unions to improve pay and working conditions in colleges.
Teachers' pay and working conditions in sixth form colleges are decided in negotiations with the Sixth Form Colleges’ Association; the NEU leads the teachers’ side in negotiations.
Our reps are the heart of the NEU – the largest education union in Europe.