We want to hear directly from parents or guardians of children who are at MATs.
We will be asking you about:
- the characteristics of high performing MATs
- how the performance of MATs should be assessed
- the balance of decision-making at different levels
- the appropriateness of formal governance structures
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Your education questions answered by a panel of experts.
West Sussex NUT is holding a public meeting on education in Crawley on Wednesday 28th September, 7 to 9 pm at Crawey Civic Hall, The Boulevard, RH10 1UZ.
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NUT Members have written a song “These Schools are Our Schools”. They say:
We want to record this song for teachers, parents, governors and heads
everywhere who oppose the privatisation of out schools. Please join us
in our choir! You don’t need to be an experienced singer, Gitika
Partington, who is going to teach us the song and then direct us
during the recording. We will record the choir for use on social
Come along straight after school Thursday 28th April to Hamilton
House and then Sunday morning 8th May to record the song.
Refreshments will be provided.
This is an NUT initiative but we welcome all teachers, school staff,
parents and those who want to add their voices in opposition to school
academisation and privatisation. Bring friends and colleagues from
your school community.
When you think about it a choir is a lot like a trade union. Together
we are strong and our voices combined are more powerful than when we
Time is short. We must act now!
Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London WC1H 9BD, map here
Sign up sheet here
In London on Saturday, parents and children marched together to show solidarity against forced academisation of schools, ditching elected parent governors and funding cuts in deprived areas.
One of the organisers, Madeleine, spoke in Trafalgar Square. She said: “After the recent announcements on education, enough is enough. Rescue Our Schools is not party political, it is parent political. It is time for parents to get organised in cities, towns and villages throughout England and speak out with one voice.”