Articles from NEU

Every new teacher will be trained in spotting the signs of mental health issues

Commenting on an announcement by Theresa May that every new teacher will be trained in spotting the signs of mental health issues, Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said:

Commitment by Labour to tackle inequality

Commitment by Labour to tackle inequality

National Education Union highlight the impact that real-terms cuts to school funding are having in Peterborough

Ahead of this week’s by-election in Peterborough, the National Education Union will be highlighting the impact that real-terms cuts to school funding are having in the city. We will be visiting schools and locations in Peterborough over three days (4-6 June) with our Ad Van displaying the total cuts in the area.

Labour to Make Climate Change Core Part of School Curriculum

Commenting on the announcement by Labour that climate change will form part of the core curriculum from primary school onwards, Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said:

UN Special Rapporteur on Poverty in the UK

Commenting on the final report by Philip Alston, which identifies the “tragic consequences” of “ideological” cuts to public services since 2010, Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said: