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Further education colleges are an essential part of England’s education system. Whether it’s through top-class technical education, basic skills or lifelong learning, colleges help people of all ages and backgrounds to make the most of their talents and ambitions. Rooted…
In an unprecedented move, the employers, all the further education unions in England – UNISON, UCU, GMB, ASCL, NEU and AMiE – and students will join together on 17 October to lobby MPs at Parliament for proper funding for colleges. …
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Neighbours want to ensure children and staff are not exposed to asbestos at a primary school during building and demolition works. Click here to read more.
Academies are faring badly financially, new figures suggest Academy budgets are in an even worse state than those of council-run schools with eight out of 10 in deficit, suggest figures from their accountants. Click here to read more.
From teaching assistants to teachers to pupils, asbestos in schools is a killer and cuts to school funding can only make the situation worse. Click here to read more.
24 October 2017 9:30am – Emmanuel Centre, Marsham St, Westminster SW1P 3DW On Tuesday 24 October UNISON and other education unions will hold a mass lobby of Parliament to protest against education funding cuts. Click here to read more.
All UNISON members are encouraged to attend the lobby. Assemble at 9.30am, 59½ Southwark Street, SE1 0AL, a short walk from London Bridge station and tube, with London Councils meeting at 10.30am. See attached flyer for further details.
A quick visit to the Health and Safety Executive’s website reveals that LBWF has form on asbestos – see here: