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Strikes by teachers: NUT and NASUWT 17/10/2013

Thursday, 17 October 2013 00:17
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Support Teachers!

As a group we have agreed to support the strike action by teachers tomorrow 17th October. Several members have given flyers to parents, pupils and staff explaining the reasons for the strike and for our support of it at:

Severn View, Callowell and Stroud Valley primary schools

Stroud High, Marling and Archway secondary schools

Our friends in Cheltenham and Gloucester Against Cuts have been flyering in their patches too.

We would welcome help visiting pickets to communicate support from SATC tomorrow, and help distributing leaflets. Please see the attached leaflet (or pass on to friends, family, neighbours and colleagues). You might also like to share this film and, if you can, this tweet.

If you are a parent, please consider visiting pickets and passing on our leaflet to other parents.                                                                                                                                                                          =

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                          There is a rally in Bristol from 10am.                                                                                                                           

The following list of schools affected by the strike action by teachers taken tomorrow 17th October 2013 is from the Gloucester Citizen (with thanks to SATC member Steve Hunter)

 

    OPEN                                               CLOSED                                       PARTIALLY OPENED
Cashes Green Primary                    Brimscombe C of E                       Archway
Coopers Edge                                 Marling                                           Maidenhall
Rodborough                                    Stroud High                                    Rednock
The Rosary                                     Thomas Keble                                Stroud Valley Primary
Uplands Community Primary          Nailsworth                                      The British School
Whitehall Primary                                                                                   The Shrubberies
 
 
London firefighters have been striking and marching today. See pictures here (there has been little on the BBC, apparently).
 

 

 

Students have shown the way

Saturday, 05 February 2011 16:13
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Students have shown the way;with waves of protests over £9,000 tuition fees, 80% university teaching budget cuts and the scrapping of EMA (Education Maintenance Allowance), disadvantaging those from poorer backgrounds in post 16 education. In November 50,000 marched in London and nationally 130,000 school, college and university students took part in protests and occupations and tens of thousands more protested as parliament voted on fees. Rednock school students demonstrated and Stroud students occupied MP Neil Carmichael’s offices twice in a week. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 March 2011 16:57
 


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