Do teachers get paid when taking strike action? The DfE explains that employees are not entitled to be paid during any period which they are on strike.
Teachers at your school might be about to go on strike and you might be unsure of what to do. In this article, we answer frequently asked questions about striking, what your entitlements are and provide definitions for different terminology.
You might be interested to calculate the impact of taking part in strike action will have on your take home pay at the end of each month.
England Teacher Pay Award – August Update – What happens next? On 13th July, the Government and four main teaching unions released a joint statement after the publication of the School Teachers’ Review Body (STRB) recommendations for a teacher pay award for the academic year 2023-24. The STRB had recommended that the government increase pay...
Teacher strikes will be occurring during February and March 2023. In this article, we provide an objective overview of your questions.
Read objective guidance explaining everything teachers need to know about picket lines and what might happen in schools during the teacher strikes.
This article aims to provide an update on the ongoing pay dispute between the English education unions and government, explaining how it may impact schools and education staff in the Summer Term and beyond.
This article aims to provide an update on the ongoing dispute between the education unions and governments of England and Wales. This objective guidance by Edapt is written with neutrality in mind with a goal to informing teachers so that they can understand how the situation might affect them and make informed decisions going forward.
We have been contacted by a number of school staff who have been threatened that their school will take disciplinary action if they take part in strike action.
The DfE explains that supply teachers who are employed by agencies and not directly by schools will not be able to officially join the strike.