Baroness Doreen Lawrence to address this autumn’s Black Teachers’ Conference – book now!
8-10 November 2013 at Stoke Rochford Hall
The Black Teachers' Conference is an annual event that allows the NUT'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 NUT's work is in the interests of its black members and all black teachers.
The NUT uses 'black' in a political context to encompass people from African, Asian, Chinese and Arabic etc backgrounds.
Venue and accommodation
The Black Teachers' Conference takes place at Stoke Rochford Hall, the NUT's national training centre in Grantham, Lincolnshire. Delegates stay for two nights at Stoke Rochford Hall or at a highly regarded local hotel on a full board basis.
There is a limited amount of twin rooms at Stoke Rochford Hall. If you are willing to share a room with another delegate then priority for a room at Stoke Rochford Hall (as opposed to at a hotel in Grantham) will be given to those willing to share on a 'first-come first-served' basis. Please note that the same conference fee applies to all delegates (£295.00 per delegate). Delegates need to indicate who they wish to share a twin room with.
How to attend the conference
NUT members who are interested in attending should approach their local association who may be able to cover the cost of the delegate fee. Contact details for your local association secretary can be found on your NUT credential card. Please click here for a flyer for this event, and here for an application form.