The NUT is proud to work in partnership with the Musicians’ Union. The NUT and MU will both be present at the Music Education Expo, which is Europe’s largest conference and exhibition for anyone involved in music education. The event offers the chance to attend over 60 seminars, workshops and debates, the chance to meet and browse the services of over 130 exhibitors and the chance to network with 2,500 of your peers. An essential experience for any music educator!
The annual Young Teachers Conference will be held from Friday 29 April to Sunday 1 May 2016 at the National College for Teaching & Leadership and Conference Centre, Nottingham.
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.
NUT and ATL are jointly hosting a one day event in Cambridge on Saturday 12 March to discuss strategies and share ideas on the issues which matter most to you.
With workshops focusing on tackling workload and raising the profession's status, this free event will give you the opportunity to talk with colleagues about what you can achieve in your workplace and in your union.
The NUT LGBT Teachers’ Conference is an annual event where teachers can meet together in a safe space to discuss issues that are of particular concern to them.
It allows members the opportunity to discuss and address issues of LGBT equality, education and the workplace and to receive updates about Union campaigns.
Venue: The conference will take place at the Meeting Place (part of Manchester University) in Manchester. Accommodation is available for Friday evening for those who require it but delegates will also be able to attend for the day if they wish.
Application forms and further information will be available by the end of January.
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.