Here you will find resources which have been developed and shared by teachers to help schools support refugees.
Narrative on National Education Union employee gender and pay. We are absolutely committed to continuing to reduce our gender pay gap.
A comprehensive set of teaching resources on the Holocaust and Nazi persecution, produced by the NEU and the Holocaust Educational Trust.
The NEU organises LGBT+ events and activities across the country. The union’s presence at Pride events sends out a message of solidarity to all LGBT+ educators and students.
We want choices and rights in our lives. UKDHM formally takes place between 22nd November and 22nd December each year, though many events and activities take place outside this time slot.
Advice on working through the menopause, guides and checklists for leaders and school reps and the NEU's model menopause policy.
A key priority of the union, to ensure all members have a voice in the union, the classroom and broader society, and do not face barriers to promotion, representation or participation.
In the last few years there has been much work done, raising awareness and increasing the visibility of transgender issues. This advice aims to helps school and college staff support gender variant or questioning students in the educational environment.
The use of verbal abuse as a form of bullying of disabled children and young people is widespread. This has a significant negative impact on self-esteem and achievement.
Today August 2, marks the 75th anniversary of the murder of 2,897 Sinti and Roma in the gas chambers at the German Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp.
Ahead of World Teachers’ Day (5 October), the National Education Union (NEU) will be screening the new documentary from British filmmaker and former teacher Jon Seal.
New research from the National Education Union and UK Feminista – “It’s just everywhere”: Sexism in schools and how we tackle it - shows that the sexual harassment of girls in schools is widespread.
Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, comments on today’s written statement on Keeping Children Safe in Education.
It is open to school-based teachers from black and minority ethnic backgrounds with middle management/leadership roles/responsibilities who wish to develop their leadership skills and understanding and/or are considering taking on further leadership responsibilities.