Specific advice for support staff members.
The National Education Union’s largest ever survey of support staff* in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland, published today, shows members are struggling to cope with real-terms funding cuts and the consequent additional pressures on workload.
Teaching assistants, school administrators and other support staff are having to work overtime to cope with the increasing workload as schools cut staffing to cope with budget cuts, according to a National Education Union survey released today by the ATL section of the union at its annual conference in Liverpool.
Teaching assistants, school librarians and lab technicians are facing a soaring workload as staff are cut and they are increasingly being expected to teach, according to a National Education Union (NEU) survey of over 1,700 support staff members.
This one day course will take an in-depth look at advising and representing support staff members working in the maintained sector and in academies.