At Edapt, we support thousands of school staff in England and Wales with employment-related queries. As a result we have a unique window into the insights and concerns of school staff and how this changes at specific times of the year.
Do I need to join a teaching union is a question which many school staff ask when entering the profession. Contrary to popular belief, there is no statutory requirement for teachers to be a member of a teaching union.
Appeals for teacher assessed grades will be a cause for concern for teachers, students and schools this summer. Already there are reports of parents contacting lawyers about how to appeal against their children’s grades.
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The Employment Rights Act 1999 outlines details on employment rights in work, the right for accompaniment for disciplinary and grievance hearings amongst other laws. It applies to employees in different sectors and not just those in schools.