Securing fair pay for hard-working members is UNISON’s top priority, as general secretary urges members to make sure their voices are heard
UNISON joins other education unions in England to put the case for continuing use of face coverings by staff and children
Face coverings in schools have only been in place for a few weeks. Lifting this measure before the impact on transmission in schools has had time to be assessed would be rash.
Union says a phased return of all schools and colleges in England from 8 March will protect pupils and staff
Redundancies facing permanent staff at Sheffield Hallam students’ union will have a major effect on students, and UNISON members plan to fight back
Stars in Our Schools was a bit different this year but it was still a glorious celebration of all that school support staff do for our children
Westminster government’s testing priority list only includes ‘teachers’ for education in England, forgetting the rest of the education team
UNISON and the joint higher education trade unions have expressed say they’re “extremely disappointed” at a proposal to freeze pay for higher education support staff
Ministers should step back from 1 June target and put safety first
Cutting corners risk pushing us back to square one
UNISON has written to the education secretary urging the government to show its thanks to all school staff, and to clarify urgently what personal protective equipment they should be using.
The favourite for Labour deputy leader tells UNISON’s women’s conference why lifelong learning is key
Show Racism the Red Card launches this year’s schools competition at UNISON Centre
Schools are paying a high price for government cuts
Survey finds growing concern amongst staff