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9 July 2019
Teachers and support staff at the Martin's Gate ACE Multi Academy Trust went on strike on 2 July
27 June 2019
NASUWT teaching union members at Starbank school (Hob Moor Road site) in Birmingham took the first of two days' strike action on 27 June over poor pupil behaviour and the school's policies to deal with it.
19 June 2019
A lively picket of staff at Harrogate's Grove Academy, a unit educating vulnerable secondary school pupils, took place on Thursday 13 June despite the pouring rain, writes Kevin Pattison, Leeds Socialist Party.
20 February 2019
After their successful one-day strike on 6 February, staff from both sites at WQE college in Leicester struck again on 13-14 February.
19 April 2017
The main theme at the Easter conferences of the education unions NUT, ATL and NASUWT is one of a fightback taking place
30 March 2016
NUT conference voted to ballot for strike action against the government's academy plans
10 February 2016
The third week of strike action in the Small Heath School dispute in Birmingham due to run from 2 to 4 February was called off after the sponsors of the proposed academy withdrew their interest on 29 January.
27 January 2016
Teaching staff in the NUT at Small Heath School in Birmingham have started nine days of strike action against the threat to turn it into an academy.
27 January 2016
Teachers across the country are demonstrating a willingness to fight for, and more importantly win, on pay and conditions with a flurry of schools taking strike action over the last few months. But as a strategy, school-by-school is not going to resolve the problems for all teachers.
15 July 2015
Teachers at Fitzalan High School in Cardiff struck on 9 July against new timetables. The dispute could be a test case for the council's attempts to force more from workers.
15 July 2015
Coventry council, a Labour-controlled authority, is planning draconian cuts to facility time - union reps' time for trade union duties.
18 June 2015
Swansea council's planned cuts of £670,000 from the budget of EOTAS (Education other than at Schools) has led to a further three-day strike by education workers who could see their numbers reduced by 50% if the proposals go through
27 May 2015
Lewisham academies: Teaching unions NUT and NASUWT in Lewisham, south London have called further two-day strike action on 3-4 June
25 March 2015
Amid loud chants of "No ifs! No buts! Academy status sucks!" and "Parents, teachers, students say: Academies in Lewisham? No way!" around 300 protesters demonstrated through Lewisham in South London
23 October 2014
Teachers at Swinton High School in Salford, Greater Manchester, were on strike on 21-22 October. Members of the NASUWT teachers' union are deeply frustrated at policies imposed by the headteacher
12 February 2014
The next NUT national strike will be on Wednesday 26 March. Every NUT rep needs to build for a mass show of strength to oppose Gove's attacks
5 February 2014
The NUT national executive has agreed its next steps
22 January 2014
Teachers are facing yet more attacks on our conditions, when our existing intolerable workload is already driving many teachers out of the profession
20 November 2013
Blacklisting: There is a TUC day of action on blacklisting on 20 November. The battle against blacklisting in the construction industry is also a battle for trade union organisation and for good standards of health
18 October 2013
Across London, the South of England and in the North-East, striking teachers took to the streets on 17 October
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