National Union Of Teachers, Young Teachers Section South East

National Union Of Teachers, Young Teachers Section South East

Comments

During this time of lockdown this opportunity came as a Godsend to me.
i would like to air my Conerns about Gina Nair who teaches in south woodford, she is trying to get me murdered ( and is refusing access to my kids) shes mentally not very stable and im worried about my childrens safety as well as the ones she teaches

i hope if im still alive that the teachers union stand a strong moral ground and deals with someone of the ethical and moral stand point of a criminal and a potential killer.

her name is Gina Nar and my kids will also confirm that she is aggresive towards them

i am un able to prorect them
Hi everyone, I am organising a workshop this Sunday aimed to expand critical/ alternative pedagogy in state school classrooms.

I will invite you to engage in dialogue, drama and reflections. Together, we will attempt to immerse in a collective imagination of possible collaborations and mediations. Exactly, this means that we will draw upon our experiences and represent them through drama (I will explain to you how we do that). These experiences might have been moments where you wanted to do things differently, but the limits of your circumstances did not enable you to do so. These experiences can be in the classroom, but could also be with the management. As a group, we will then see how we could change this exact scene so that the teacher in question is more comfortable with the outcome.

If you are a teacher or researcher and available to join us at Goldsmiths, New Cross, London, on Sunday 10th from 2 to 4/5 ish, I would be very pleased to invite you to explore possibilities of change within the state system.

This workshop is held in the framework of my dissertation. My research will particularly focus on exploring possibilities of collaboration between researchers and mainstream teachers.
I know we are all busy and want to relax on a Sunday afternoon, but it will be enjoyable! I will refund all your travel expenses, provide snacks and drinks throughout the workshop and invite everyone to a local drink afterwards.
Also, I am totally happy if you would like to be anonymous.

I would be very thankful if you could participate or refer me someone that might be interested.
For any questions please contact me at [email protected] or 07597147093.

Thank you all a lot,
Joceline
Are we saying anything about the £50 million pounds going to the few elite selective grammar schools whilst support and teaching staff in ordinary state schools are being made redundant?
Is there something wrong with your phone lines today? I have been on hold for 2 hours 10 minutes!
The UK Government claims that "There is no consistent evidence to date that exposure to radio signals from Wi-Fi and WLANs adversely affects the health of the general population," and that, "Public Health England sees no reason why Wi-Fi should not continue to be used in schools and in other places."

However, in France, the French National Library rejected a proposal to install Wi-Fi throughout the library due to its “proven genotoxic effects. In addition to this, Wi-Fi is banned in French nursery schools and must be turned off in elementary schools when not in use whilst white zone housing for electro-sensitives is being introduced.

In Israel, the Ministry of Education has issued guidelines limiting Wi-Fi in schools such as banning the use of Wi-Fi in preschool to 2nd grade and the restriction of internet use to 3 hours per week in third and fourth grade class. In addition to this, the Israeli Health Ministry has called for a halt to Wi-Fi installations.

In Australia, the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency state in order to reduce risks posed to health from Wi-Fi, devices should be kept “at a distance, for example placing the wireless router away from where people spend time” and “reducing the amount of time you use them”.

In Italy, the State Parliament of South Tyrol voted to allow the application of the precautionary principle mandating the state government to replace existing wireless networks wherever possible with networks that emit less radiation in schools, preschools, hospitals, nursing homes, and other public facilities.

In Germany, the German Federal Ministry for Radiation Protection states, “supplementary precautionary measures such as wired cable alternatives are to be preferred to the WLAN system.”

In Austria, the “official advice of the Public Health Department of the Salzburg Region is not to use WLAN and DECT in Schools or Kindergartens.” -Gerd Oberfeld, MD and the Austrian Medical Society state that wireless LAN leads to high microwave exposure.

In Canada the National Bill C-648 introduced into the House of Commons, “An Act Respecting the Prevention of Potential Health Risks from Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation” would require manufacturers of all wireless devices to place specific health warning labels clearly on packaging or face daily penalties /fines and/or imprisonment.

In Namibia, the Atomic Energy Review states that current so called "safety" standards for anthropogenic, domestic electromagnetic, radiation DO NOT protect citizens from long term health effects.

In the United States, legislation has been introduced at the state and national level. Some Communities have issued proclamations, resolutions and started initiatives to inform the public of wireless health issues.

In New York, the Suffolk County Legislature passed legislation to require all county buildings to post notices that wireless routers are in use such as, "Notice: Wireless technology in use." The resolution, sponsored by Legis. William Spencer (a physician), warns that every wireless device emits radio frequency radiation or microwave radiation. It notes that studies "that have looked at the effects of low-level RFR radiation on human cells and DNA have been inconclusive."

In Maryland, the Greenbelt Maryland City Council voted unanimously to alert citizens about the fine print warnings and possible health risks of cell phones and wireless devices, to send the FCC Chairman a letter urging the adoption of “radiation standards that will protect human health and safety.” They also voted to oppose cell towers on school grounds.

In Florida, Resolution 3362 expresses the City's "Urgent Concerns" about Wireless Radiation and Health and which encourages citizens to read their manuals and presents information on how to reduce exposure.

In addition to this, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) in their ‘Occupational Cancer, A Workplace Guide’ advises employers that Group 1 and 2 carcinogens should be removed from the workplace or caution used to prevent exposure to them.

Furthermore, in 2011 the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe called for governments to:

“Implement information campaigns about the risk of biological effects on the environment and human health, especially targeting children and young people of reproductive age.”

“Reconsider the scientific basis for the present standards on exposure to electromagnetic fields set by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, which have serious limitations, and apply ALARA principles, covering both thermal effects and the athermic or biological effects of electromagnetic emissions or radiation.”

“To give preference to wired Internet connections in particular with regard to children.”

Yet, in the UK, Wi-Fi is used at will and the urban population, including electrohypersensitives in extreme distress are bathed 24 hours per day in high radio frequency emissions such as "Wi-Fi hotspots" either against their will or without their informed consent.

This amounts to enforced exposure of the population to high radio frequencies classified by the WHO as a 2b and soon to be 2a carcinogen and involuntary human experimentation upon the population. Both of which are a breach of the Nuremberg Code and the Human Rights' Act.

Carphone Warehouse, Virgin, Microsoft, Lycamobile and many more corporations in the communications industry are generous donors to the Tory Party.

More events happening around the region soon. Watch this space!

Operating as usual

mailchi.mp 07/06/2017

How many teachers will your school lose?

How many teachers will your school lose?

mailchi.mp

mailchi.mp 07/06/2017

How many teachers will your school lose?

How many teachers will your school lose? Find out now and make your vote count!

mailchi.mp

mailchi.mp 24/05/2017

Book your place for Saturday

Oxford Education Conference - book your place now

mailchi.mp

mailchi.mp 11/05/2017

Extra information for members living or working in West or central Oxford

Primary Assessment Consultation: meeting for teachers and parents living or working in West or Central Oxford

mailchi.mp

mailchi.mp 11/05/2017

Oxford Education Conference - book your place now

Oxford Education Conference - book your place now

mailchi.mp

mailchi.mp 11/05/2017

Oxford Education Conference - book your place now

Book your place for Oxford Education Conference on 27th May and pose questions to the candidates seeking your vote in the upcoming General Election. There will also be workshops about campaigning on funding, assessment and selection in the run up to, and beyond the General Election #GE2017 #vote4education #schoolsjustwannahavefunds #morethanascore

mailchi.mp

mailchi.mp 08/05/2017

3 Important Messages: Elections, Funding and Chiltern Edge

Three important messages for Oxfordshire NUT members: make education an election issue, speak up on school funding, and support teachers and parents at Chiltern Edge School

mailchi.mp

mailchi.mp 18/04/2017

General Election

General Election help us fight for education

mailchi.mp

22/03/2017

Timeline Photos

us2.campaign-archive2.com 01/03/2017

Oxfordshire NUT - Are you coming to the Annual General Meeting Tomorrow?

Oxfordshire NUT - Are you coming to the General Meeting Tomorrow?

us2.campaign-archive2.com

us2.campaign-archive2.com 01/02/2017

Oxfordshire NUT - Are you coming to the General Meeting Tomorrow?

Are you coming to the General Meeting Tomorrow?

us2.campaign-archive2.com

us2.campaign-archive1.com 28/01/2017

URGENT - Can you speak to the National Media about Oxford housing Crisis?

CORRECTION: NUT Meeting 2nd February

us2.campaign-archive1.com

us2.campaign-archive1.com 26/01/2017

CORRECTION: NUT Meeting 2nd February

Oxfordshire NUT General Meeting 2nd February

us2.campaign-archive1.com

us2.campaign-archive2.com 21/11/2016

Chicago: The Great Teachers' Strike

Free performance of Chicago: The Great Teachers' Strike

us2.campaign-archive2.com

us2.campaign-archive1.com 03/07/2016

July 5th - Strike for School Funding

Final details for Tuesday's strike in Oxfordshire - see you 11am onwards Wesley Memorial Hall, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford

us2.campaign-archive1.com Protect our schools, the teachers that work in them and most importantly the children that learn in them.

us2.campaign-archive2.com 30/06/2016

July 5th - Strike for School Funding

Show your support for teachers' strike on 5th July

us2.campaign-archive2.com Protect our schools, the teachers that work in them and most importantly the children that learn in them.

us2.campaign-archive2.com 27/06/2016

July 5th - Strike for School Funding

Teachers to strike on July 5th over school funding cuts - our plans for the day

us2.campaign-archive2.com Protect our schools, the teachers that work in them and most importantly the children that learn in them.

us2.campaign-archive1.com 24/06/2016

July 5th - Strike for School Funding

Teachers are striking on 5th July in response to school funding crisis. 1 in 10 schools taff could be cut, damaging our children's education. Support us in fighting back. #investdontcut

us2.campaign-archive1.com Protect our schools, the teachers that work in them and most importantly the children that learn in them.

us2.campaign-archive1.com 23/06/2016

Let's make this Friday a GREEN one!

Let's make this Friday a GREEN one!

us2.campaign-archive1.com Show your support for our action to defend teachers' working conditions and students' learning conditions by wearing green this Friday.

us2.campaign-archive2.com 20/06/2016

Education White Paper: still a threat to education - and to our terms & conditions

Essential Strike Communication

us2.campaign-archive2.com The NUT ballot reports this week. What can you do to help?

us2.campaign-archive2.com 09/06/2016

Education White Paper: still a threat to education - and to our terms & conditions

North Oxfordshire Academy / Hanwell Fields Strike Ballot meeting

us2.campaign-archive2.com 13th June 3.30pm Hanwell Fields Primary School - come along and find out more.

25/04/2016

Save Our Schools

us2.campaign-archive2.com 06/04/2016

Oxfordshire NUT AGM

AGM Report: New Secretary, New Committee, New Campaigns

us2.campaign-archive2.com All members welcome.

us2.campaign-archive1.com 21/02/2016

Oxfordshire NUT AGM

Oxfordshire NUT AGM: all members welcome

us2.campaign-archive1.com All members welcome.

us2.campaign-archive1.com 17/02/2016

Our Vision of Education and how we can work together to achieve it

Oxfordshire NUT AGM 2nd March 2016: Guest Speaker Kim Knappett (ATL National President) on 'Our Vision of Education and how we can work together to achieve it'.

us2.campaign-archive1.com Oxfordshire NUT AGM Wednesday 2nd March 2016 Milton Hill House Hotel All memners welcome - booking essential

us2.campaign-archive2.com 29/01/2016

Children's Centres: will you take the pledge?

Children's Centres: Will you take the pledge?

us2.campaign-archive2.com Help us put pressure on Oxfordshire County Councillors before the vote on 16th February.

us2.campaign-archive1.com 29/01/2016

Children's Centres: will you take the pledge?

Children's Centres: will you take the pledge?

us2.campaign-archive1.com Help us put pressure on Oxfordshire County Councillors before the vote on 16th February.

us2.campaign-archive2.com 10/01/2016

Children's Centres: 6hrs to make your voice heard

Save Oxfordshire's Children's Centres: 6hrs left to have your say.

us2.campaign-archive2.com Have your say on the future of Oxfordshire's Children's Centres before the consultation closes.

us2.campaign-archive2.com 05/01/2016

Encouraging & Embedding Literacy

Special Members' Meeting

us2.campaign-archive2.com Thursday 4th February 2016, Kassam Stadium. Professional development opportunity from the NUT.

us2.campaign-archive2.com 04/01/2016

Encouraging & Embedding Literacy

Oxfordshire NUT: Dates for this term

us2.campaign-archive2.com Thursday 4th February 2016, Kassam Stadium. Professional development opportunity from the NUT.

us2.campaign-archive2.com 11/12/2015

Encouraging & Embedding Literacy

Professional Development from NUT: Encouraging & embedding literacy

us2.campaign-archive2.com Thursday 4th February 2016, Kassam Stadium. Professional development opportunity from the NUT.

us2.campaign-archive1.com 04/12/2015

Does class size matter?

Does class size matter?

us2.campaign-archive1.com Wednesday 9th December, 5pm Westminster Institute of Education

us2.campaign-archive1.com 24/11/2015

NUT Meeting: How can we give every child the best possible start in life?

Meeting tomorrow: How can we give every child the best possible start in life?
with Kevin Coirtney (NUT DGS) and a local parent from the Save Oxfordshire's Children's Centres campaign.
5.30pm, Larkrise Primary OX4 4AN
All welcome!

us2.campaign-archive1.com with NUT DGS Kevin Courtney and a local parent from the Save Oxfordshire's Children's Centres campaign. 5.30pm Larkrise Primary OX4 4AN. All welcome!

us2.campaign-archive2.com 23/11/2015

NUT Meeting: How can we give every child the best possible start in life?

NUT meeting on Wednesday: How can we give every child the best possible start in life?
with NUT Deputy General Secretary Kevin Courtney and a local parent from þe Save Oxfordshire's Children's Centres campaign.
Wednesday 25th November 2015
5.30pm, Larkrise Primary OX4 4AN
All welcome!

us2.campaign-archive2.com with NUT DGS Kevin Courtney and a local parent from the Save Oxfordshire's Children's Centres campaign. Wednesday 25th November 2015, 5.30pm, Larkrise Primary OX4 4AN. All welcome!

us2.campaign-archive1.com 18/11/2015

NUT Meeting: How can we give every child the best possible start in life?

NUT Meeting: How can we give every child the best possible start in life?
with NUT DGS Kevin Courtney and a local parent from the Save Oxfordshire's Children's Centres campaign.
Wednesday 25th November 2015, 5.30pm, Larkrise Primary OX4 4AN
All welcome!

us2.campaign-archive1.com with NUT DGS Kevin Courtney and a local parent from the Save Oxfordshire's Children's Centres campaign. Wednesday 25th November 2015, 5.30pm, Larkrise Primary OX4 4AN. All welcome!

Location

Category

Address

Other Tutors/Teachers in Ardingly (show all)
Elizabeth Mansfield Therapies Elizabeth Mansfield Therapies
The Koorana Centre, Street Lane
Ardingly, RH17 6UB