The National Education Union is the union for every education professional.
National Education Union statement to members issued in connection with the Union’s return for the eight month period ended August 2019 as required by Section 32a of Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992.
Narrative on National Education Union employee gender and pay. We are absolutely committed to continuing to reduce our gender pay gap.
The National Education Union and Musicians’ Union have created a partnership to strengthen the promotion of music education in schools.
The National Education Union's rules set out its aims and objectives, how policy are formulated, who can join, and the functions of its local structures.
The National Education Union is the UK’s largest education union and we use our 450,000 members’ strength of voice to campaign effectively and to influence political parties on the issues which matter most.
This section sets out the procedure for external bodies to raise concerns about the conduct of an NEU representative whether they are an elected officer of the Union or a member of staff.
The Union recognises that there may be times when members wish to express concerns about the actions of the Union, elected officers or staff. This procedure sets out the process for raising concerns.
The National Education Union is the union for every education professional. Whether you’re a trainee, newly qualified or experienced teacher, lecturer, support staff or leader, working in every sector across the UK, including local authority, academy and independent schools, sixth form colleges and FE/HE – you can join the National Education Union.
NEU is one of the strongest and fastest growing education unions in the UK and much of our success is due to our enthusiastic, dedicated and hard-working members.
NEU is the largest single union in the independent sector with over 30,000 members in 1,700 schools. We represent more teachers and support staff working in independent schools than any other union.