• Camborne and Redruth: speeches from 11am-noon at The Donald Thomas Centre, 19 Chapel Street, Camborne TR14 8EG, followed by leafleting until 2pm.
  • Newcastle under Lyme: leafleting from 11am-1pm followed by speeches at Westbury Tavern, Westbury Road, Clayton, Newcastle, Staffs ST5 4JW from 1-2pm.
  • Crewe and Nantwich: leafleting from 1.30-3.30pm followed by speeches at Cheshire College South & West – Crewe Campus, Dane Bank Avenue, Crewe, Cheshire CW2 8AB from 4-5pm.
  • Bolton West: leafleting from 10.30am-1pm followed by speeches at NEU North West Office, Bolton, BL6 6HG, until 2pm.

Commenting, Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said:

“The NEU’s Super Saturdays are an opportunity for parents, teachers, school staff and all who are interested or concerned about education, to come together find out more about the challenges facing schools and colleges. We have fought a long campaign against real-terms school cuts – the Government has moved ground, but it is nowhere near far enough. Staff are being cuts, class sizes are increasing, and school buildings remain in long-term disrepair.

“Our message is cutting through. Just this week a Deltapoll survey of parents, commissioned by the NEU, found that education have moved from fourth to third in their priorities in just a fortnight. Parents, alongside teachers, head teachers and support staff, know that if you value education then you must vote for education

Editor’s Note

NEU Parents Poll, published 27 November 2019.