The teaching strikes have been a controversial issue recently with more strike action looming on the horizon.
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We do not take part in strike action, collective bargaining or political campaigning activities.
Our main focus is providing high-quality employment support for school and college staff in England and Wales.
The NEU has said it will hold strikes on:
- Tuesday, 28 February (Northern, North West, and Humber regions)
- Wednesday, 1 March (Midlands, Western and Eastern regions)
- Thursday, 2 March (London, South East and South West regions. Wales, postponed from the 14th February)
- Wednesday, 15 March (England and Wales)
- Thursday, 16 March (England and Wales)
Teaching strikes: independent, objective information
We have published a range of support articles on the topic of strike action which we are keeping updated on a daily basis.
All of our articles are objective and look at the practicalities facing school staff and answer a range of frequently asked questions. These include:
- Teacher Strikes 2023: detailed, independent guidance for education staff
- Teacher Strikes 2023: picket lines and strike day practicalities
- Do teachers get paid when taking strike action?
- Teacher Strikes 2023: what are my rights as a supply teacher?
- Teacher Strikes 2023: can I receive disciplinary action for striking
It is a personal choice for each member of staff whether to take part in strike action and we are here to support you with your employment rights during this time.
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