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‘Fair funding’ must also mean sufficient funding, say education unions

Following the publication of the Government’s final proposals for its long-awaited National Funding Formula (NFF), organisations representing school staff, teachers and leaders – ATL, GMB, NAHT, NUT, UNISON and Unite – have updated the schoolcuts.org.uk website to reflect the funding losses facing each school in England. The picture is extremely bleak.  The Government has accused […]

Article, News on the UNISON South East site.

Health and Safety Reps

If you have recently been elected as a UNISON Health and Safety rep, you are probably feeling slightly anxious about what you have let yourself in for. Don’t panic! UNISON South East have put together a 14-day programme of training which we recommend for all new Health and Safety reps, and for which your employer should give you […]

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Organising Steward

If you have recently become a UNISON Steward or workplace representative, you are probably feeling slightly anxious about what you have let yourself in for. Don’t panic! UNISON South East have put together a 17-day programme of training, which we recommend for all new Stewards, and for which your employer should give you paid time off work […]

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Women’s Education

With 1 million women members in UNISON, these course are designed to inspire, inform and build the confidence of women. Our courses are designed to help support more women to become active in their branches, and to work together to campaign for change. Courses for women Women’s Officer Passport If you have recently been elected as […]

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Education

The safety of our members and staff during this Covid-19 outbreak is a priority to us. We want to reassure you that we are listening to the concerns of our members and taking appropriate action based on the best advice from government and our national office. In light of this, it has been agreed that […]

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