UNISON’s Schools Committee have agreed a statement on the current Covid staffing crisis, including requests for support staff to cover lessons, and the government’s guidance that says schools should consider merging classes. The statement also contains advice for members on cover issues. You can access it here: http://www.unison.org.uk/…/UNISON-Schools-Committee… Please note, UNISON members in school were […]
Birmingham Deserves Climate Jobs – what they are and how to get them. This event is a book launch and campaign rally. Monday 31st January 2022 7pm Warehouse Café, 54-57 Allison Street, Birmingham, B5 5TH The event can be joined in person, and online.
Tracey Perry is a Business Support Officer in Birmingham City Council, along with a Senior Steward for our Branch. The below video talks about why she is voting yes to strike action. Enough is enough.
The Black Members 2021 Newsletter has been released by the Black Members Self Organised Group. In this issue: AGM Highlights See the highlights from the AGM including the election results. Events & Activities Events designed with and for our UNISON members. Good News Story Success stories and acknowledgments. Black History Month Highlights Events and activities […]
The There for You December newsletter has been published. This newsletter talks about all that There for You, Unison’s charity has been doing to help members, along with some helpful information. Please click below to download the newsletter. There for You Newsletter December 2021 If you have any questions about There for You or UNISON […]
Thursday 9th December is the ‘Protect Pupils – Protect Education’ day of action. The rapid spread of COVID-19 is disrupting the education of many children, and there are now concerns about the Omicron variant. We’re calling on the Government to keep pupils safe to help keep them in school. On Thursday 9th December we are […]
The UNISON in Schools Autumn newsletter has now been released. With articles on: Voting yes in the pay ballot Stars in our schools An article on carbon dioxide monitors – have you got yours? The positive impact of teaching assistants on pupil progress Campaign for free school meals in Northern Ireland Click here to download […]
Government must deliver ‘a fair and just’ response to the climate emergency UNISON’s national executive council (NEC) is fully supporting plans for UK trade unions to mobilise around the country as part of the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice on 6 November. The event is one of many aimed at putting pressure on […]
UNISON is asking members to email their MP to put pressure on the government to reintroduce COVID-19 safety measures in schools UNISON, along with GMB, NEU and Unite, is urging school staff and parents to email their MP to raise concerns about the surge in COVID-19 cases and related absences in schools since the start of the […]
On Wednesday 20th October 2021 from 1-2pm Birmingham Branch will be hosting a special Q&A session to talk about pensions and around the Global Day for Climate Justice taking place on Saturday 6th November. The meeting will be held on Zoom. The pension issue ties into the demonstration well, as currently the pension pot which […]