This sample letter may be used to request parental leave. Notice should be provided at least 21 days before the leave is to start. See also the NUT’s fact sheet: Parental Leave: Guidance for all NUT members
The purpose of this document is to set out an overview of arrangements for staff car parking on school premises. The document is arranged in Q&A format and includes information on provision of school car parks; charges for car parking; car park safety and malicious damage to cars.
The purpose of this document is to clarify the circumstances in which existing and prospective employers are entitled to make enquiries about the health of people applying for teaching jobs. This document is supplemented by the 'Medical Reports FAQs for Members' document.
The purpose of this document is to offer advice about the sorts of issues which often arise in relation to medical assessments by an employer's medical adviser. It is supplemented by the 'Medical Reports FAQs for Members' document.
The purpose of this document is to address some of the most common issues arising in relation to medical reports prepared by GPs, occupational health physicians and other medical professionals on behalf of employers, pension scheme trustees and health insurers.
Examing the pay, conditions of service and working time of teachers returning to the profession after a break in service: Minimum Starting Pay for Returners, Additional Points for Experience during Breaks from Teaching, Sick Pay, Maternity Leave, Unfair Dismissal, Redundancy Payments, Pensions, The Equality Act 2010.
This briefing gives you information on the NUT’s policies on the organisation of home tuition services and your professional expectations with regard to support and professional development as a member of this service.
Role of the Teacher During Examinations, Implementing Contractual changes on Invigilation, FAQs on Examination Invigilation, and Instructions for Conducting Examinations from the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).
This fact-sheet outlines your right to take pre-arranged unpaid parental leave to care for your child. If you qualify, you have a statutory entitlement to a certain amount of unpaid time off work per year per child.