Resources for reps and members transferring to or working in an academy or free school
There are several different ways that members can move to a new academy employer.
A “measure” is a very broad term which will apply to any deliberate change in working conditions or practices which your employer wants to introduce.
The NEU supports and represents its members in academies in the same way as teachers in local authority maintained schools.
Know your contractual rights so that you can ensure they transfer to any new employer.
NEU Guidance for Reps and Local Officers
A report to be launched today by Education International (EI), the global education union confederation, lifts the lid on the activities of so-called ‘philanthropic’ organisations involved in promoting the commercialisation, marketisation and privatisation of education systems around the world.
NEU welcomes the news that St Phillip's Primary School in Romsey has decided not to convert into an academy or join an MAT.
Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union has commented on the Education Secretary’s call for more academies, and the Department for Education’s analysis of sponsored academies.
Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary of the NEU has commented on Academy accounts and performance, the report of the Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
The Joint Union Asbestos Committee which comprises the education and support staff unions (ASCL, GMB, NAHT, NASUWT, NEU, UCU, UNISON, Unite and Voice) and the Asbestos in Schools Group, Chaired by Emma Hardy MP are today responding to the asbestos recommendations in the Public Accounts Committee report into Academy accounts and performance.
The NEU welcomes a report from the Public Accounts Committee into converting schools to academies, and agrees with its recommendations.
Academisation is driving down staff pay, terms and conditions, alienating communities and has caused the fragmentation of the education system. Despite this, English schools are still being put under pressure to become academies and to join multi-academy trusts (MATs).
No evidence linking academy status and educational standards