The Black Teachers' Conference is an annual event that allows the Union’s Black members to discuss and address issues of race equality, education, and the workplace. The Conference plays an integral role in ensuring that the Union’s work is in the interest of its Black members and all Black teachers.
After Corbyn’s Victory, Build the Fight Against Austerity In advance of the government’s Autumn Statement, the TUCG has organised a major event in the campaign against Austerity, with Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell MP and Yanis Varoufakis, academic and former Greek finance minister and speakers from unions and campaign organisations. 1.30pm – 4.30pm Saturday 21 November, Methodist Central Hall, Westminster 1.30 pm: Fighting austerity 2.15 pm: Q&A John McDonnell MP and Yanis Varoufakis 3.45 pm: Building the alternative Entrance is by advance ticket only.
UK Disability History month (UKDHM) formally takes place between 22 November and 22 December each year, though many events and activities take place outside this time slot. It is supported by more than 100 organisations, including the NUT, and celebrates the lives and achievements of disabled people. Schools are encouraged to hold awareness raising activities about disability during the month of December.
The 2015 UKDHM materials examine 'Moving Image Portrayal of Disability: Then and Now.' To download the flyer click here. For more information click here.
Each year the Union holds a conference for members of the Union who define themselves as disabled. This event enables teachers to share experiences, learn from each other and debate Union policy about campaigns to achieve disability equality in the profession.
ATL and NUT will be holding an event at the Marriott Hotel, 2 Lower Castle Street, Old Market, Bristol on Saturday 12 December to explore how education professionals can work together to strengthen your voice.
Members will hear from deputy general secretary, Kevin Courtney and ATL general secretary, Mary Bousted about a shared vision for education. You will be able to take part in discussions with colleagues on the issues of tackling workload and raising the profession’s status.
ATL and NUT Owning our Profession Conference Saturday 12 December 2015 11.00 am – 3.00 pm (lunch provided) Marriott Hotel, 2 Lower Castle Street, Old Market, Bristol
The annual Young Teachers Conference will be held from Friday 29 April to Sunday 1 May 2016 at the NUT’s training and conference centre, Stoke Rochford Hall, near Grantham, in Lincolnshire.
The Young Teachers Conference provides young teachers with the opportunity to meet and network with other young teachers from across England and Wales. It aims to support young teachers already active in the NUT and to encourage other young teachers to become active within the NUT.