UNISON prepares to defend members as staff are asked to pay the price for funding crises at two universities
UNISON member Karen Brownhill works at St Giles Special School in Derby – and she’s a perfect example of our Stars in Our Schools campaign
This is a victory for all low-paid women working in the public sector
Young families across the country are struggling because childcare costs are such a massive drain on their finances.
Large cuts are looming at the TBAP multi-academy trust, which runs schools in London, Essex, Cambridgeshire and the North West, following accusations of financial mismanagement.
National pay offer rejected by two thirds of members in recent consultation
Pay claim for FE staff submitted as survey reveals members struggle to pay the bills
Michael Braithwaite, a school teaching assistant who lost his job due to the Windrush scandal, recalls his fear of deportation
Are these the youngest UNISON campaigners?
On 21 and 22 April, education staff, parents and children across the UK will be taking part in a weekend of action against cuts to school funding
‘Children’s centres have been left in limbo,’ says UNISON
New research by the School Cuts coalition of unions (NEU, NAHT, ASCL, UNISON, GMB and Unite) shows that class sizes are rising in the majority of secondary schools in England as a result of the Government’s underfunding of education. There is a particular problem in secondary schools because of a shortfall of £500m a year […]
It’s National Careers Week – but thanks to years of government cuts, careers advice at school isn’t what it used to be. UNISON thinks young people deserve a better start to their working life
Real-terms cuts to school funding since 2015 have led to a big reduction in the number of secondary teachers, teaching assistants and support staff in England, says research published today (Wednesday) by the School Cuts alliance of education unions.