Welcome to the Surrey District web pages. Use the contact information on this page to get in touch about casework, local meetings and training, annual conference and other issues.
Due to the ongoing public health restrictions on public meetings, the meetings of Surrey District and Branch scheduled for 24th February and 24th March will now take place remotely via the Zoom app. Please contact Leslie Jackson (email@example.com) for a Zoom invite to these events.
The NEU is working to help ensure the health and safety of our members, their families and our schools as we continue to face the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. There are many resources and FAQs relating to coronavirus available on the main NEU webpage.
The NEU has in January 2021 published an Education Recovery Plan which outlines the challenges that our education system must overcome if pupils are to recover their confidence, interest and joy in learning and to make the progress they are capable of. The plan is rooted in the union’s detailed knowledge, drawn from our members’ professional experience and expertise, and our close attention to the science around Covid-19, to state clearly what preparations and precautions are needed for schools and colleges to open, and to remain open. Our children and young people, and their parents, deserve no less.
Other ways to find support
Your regional NEU office is South East Region. Call 01444 894500 or use the email contact form. If you need to speak to a member adviser, call AdviceLine on 0345 811 8111 or use the email contact form.
NEU advice to members to ensure that arrangements are safe and appropriate whether students and staff are working at home or at school.
Pay scales information on the advisory pay points for the Main Pay Range and Upper Pay Range, and the Leadership Group Pay Range recommended for 1 September 2020.
Use our pay toolkit to secure pay progression, by taking collective action or by pursuing and winning appeals against decisions that individual teachers should not progress.
The more workplace based reps we have, the stronger the National Education Union will be. Why not become a rep in your school or college?