- A model health and safety policy for academy trusts, where no such policy is in place or where the existing policy is considered to be inadequate.
- Details of how academies and trusts set pay scales and what pay and conditions arrangements are in place in these workplaces.
Accidents and injuries
Advice on what to do when reporting accidents and injuries which happen in schools.
A guide to what anaphylaxis is, and how to support pupils at risk
NEU guidance on the law and practical advice on electrical safety in schools
Advice on the procedures for dealing with emergencies in schools.
Advice on the requirements for first aid provision in schools
- Advice on the health and safety issues relating to lifting and handling that school staff face while at work
How to reduce the incidence of accidents and injuries in schools due to slips, trips and falls.
What may happen and what you should do when allegations of abuse are made against you.
- A summary of the childcare disqualification arrangements operating from 31 August 2018.
- Clarifying the procedures which employers must follow when recording allegations of abuse against teachers.
Advice on dealing with asbestos problems in schools, including the law on asbestos removal and management in schools.
- At least 86 per cent of schools contain asbestos, all of it old and much of it deteriorating. Unless your school was wholly built after 1999, it is extremely likely that it contains asbestos.
- Advice on responding to flood alerts in schools and dealing with the aftermath.
Our NEU policy and advice on screening and searching pupils for prohibited items in schools in England and Wales.
- Each year across the UK 3 million women experience violence, and there are many more living with the legacies of abuse experienced in the past.
- This model policy sets out how employer will seek to prevent workplace violence in its schools, and the procedures that will be followed if a violent incident occurs.
Advice about violence issues in schools, in particular how this should be tackled by employers.
- The term ALPS is derived from A-Level Performance System. ALPS aims to provide value added scores to colleges and to individual courses.
- Answers to questions about Baseline for organisers and activists
The Independent Teacher Workload Review Groups were established by the DfE to report on, and suggest solutions to, unnecessary burdens associated with marking, planning and data management.