Consultations

The NUT contributes to formal consultation processes and issues informal responses to policy and legislation that may impact upon our members, their schools and the children they teach. These opportunities are vital for the Union’s ongoing campaign to Stand Up For Education.

consultations

Multi-Academy Trusts: written evidence to Education Committee inquiry, April 2016

Multi-Academy Trusts: written evidence to Education Committee inquiry, April 2016

In responding to this inquiry, the NUT sets out the negative implications of MATs running schools for pupils, teachers and parents as well as for democratic accountability.

Purpose and quality of education in England inquiry: written evidence to Education Committee inquiry, January 2016

Purpose and quality of education in England inquiry: written evidence to Education Committee inquiry, January 2016

In responding to this inquiry, the NUT sets out the need for a broad understanding of education and for democratic engagement in debating the aims of education.

The Children's Commissioner for England: written evidence to Education Committee inquiry, September 2015

The Children's Commissioner for England: written evidence to Education Committee inquiry, September 2015

In responding to this inquiry , the NUT's evidence focuses on issues relating to Child Poverty; Refugee Children; and Exams and Accountability.

Regional Schools Commissioners: written evidence to Education Committee inquiry, September 2015

The NUT believes that the establishment of Regional Schools Commissioners (RSCs) has major implications for the future of the school system in England and for its democratic functioning.

PSHE and SRE in schools: written evidence to Education Committee inquiry, June 2014

PSHE and SRE in schools: written evidence to Education Committee inquiry, June 2014

In responding to this inquiry, the NUT sets out the need for PSHE to be made a statutory subject within the National Curriculum.
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