• The NUT has had been established in Salford since the end of the 19th Century. The local NUT has a long history of representing members both at school and employer level. The Association has frequent and regular meetings with the Local Education Authority at which consultation takes place on matters relevant to education and teachers’ conditions of… [Continue Reading]

  • The NUT has had been established in Salford since the end of the 19th Century. The local NUT has a long history of representing members both at school and employer level. The Association has frequent and regular meetings with the Local Education Authority at which consultation takes place on matters relevant to education and teachers’ conditions of… [Continue Reading]

  • The NUT has had been established in Salford since the end of the 19th Century. The local NUT has a long history of representing members both at school and employer level. The Association has frequent and regular meetings with the Local Education Authority at which consultation takes place on matters relevant to education and teachers’ conditions of… [Continue Reading]

  • The NUT has had been established in Salford since the end of the 19th Century. The local NUT has a long history of representing members both at school and employer level. The Association has frequent and regular meetings with the Local Education Authority at which consultation takes place on matters relevant to education and teachers’ conditions of… [Continue Reading]

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Salford Association

The NUT  has been established in Salford since the end of the 19th Century. The local NUT has a long history of representing members both at school and employer level.

The Association has frequent and regular meetings with the Local Education Authority at which consultation takes place on matters relevant to education and teachers’ conditions of service. Members in schools may  be represented by the union’s school representative in the first instance, with advice and support from local association officers always being available.  The local association is supported by full time officials at the North West Regional Office.

Regular newsletters are sent to schools informing them of local issues. Three general meetings take place during the year and members are notified and invited to attend. Members who wish to become more involved can either seek to be school representatives or become committee members. Elections are held annually, all members are encouraged to take an active part and use their vote.

How the NUT Works for You

This website will help you understand what the NUT is doing for members in Salford to make a difference at school level and the workplace. The website will also allow you to access information on meetings, training, union policies and national and local agreements with the employer. Plus other information that will be helpful for your professional teaching career, such as NUT continual professional development courses.