We have unfinished business
In 2019, we took key steps towards a fairer, better resourced primary education sector. But there is still work to be done.
In 2022 we're calling on the Ministry to take bold action to ensure that all tamariki have the education they deserve.
It's Time 4 Tamariki - Wāwāhi Tahā
What we want to achieve:
- Address widespread understaffing
- Value and recognise teachers' work
- Enough time for teachers to complete their work during work hours
- Support for teachers working with high needs students
- Recognition of the importance of cultural skills
- Greater support for health & safety in schools
- Job security for relievers
Latest Updates on the Campaign
Birchville School teacher Teresa Salter is looking forward to next week’s online paid union meetings for a couple of reasons. First, she says, it will…
One of the outcomes of collective agreement bargaining in 2019 was the establishment of the Accord, a forum to discuss and identify shared interests of…
Penny Sinclair has one over-riding wish from the Government after a first term that was badly affected by COVID – look at education long term…
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