Members of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, will hold the first of six days of strike action beginning today (Thursday 28 February) at the Alec Reed Academy in Northolt.
The action is in furtherance of the NASUWT’s trade dispute with the Secretary of State and the failure of the School to engage constructively on issues arising from the action short of strike action instructions.
The NASUWT action is jointly co-ordinated with action being taken by the NUT. Both unions have sought to ensure that the action they have put in place to protect the pay and conditions of service of members is pupil, parent and public friendly but the actions of the School have left the teachers with no choice but to escalate their action.
Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, said: “The dedicated and committed teachers at Alec Reed Academy deeply regret that they have been forced by the…
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