URGENT MEETING: NEU 2nd October 2018 6 p.m. H.G.Wells Centre, Woking : details below
The next Joint Meeting the the Surrey District will take place on 2 October at the H G Wells Centre Woking 6.00 pm—8.00 pm. Refreshments will be available before the meeting. Agenda, minutes and directions are attached.
The meeting will open with a presentation by Amanda Martin who is the National Vice-President.
This meeting is particularly important because we must make recommendations for the rules and officer structure of the the new Union as of 1 January 2019, recommend local subscription rates and honoraria and arrange for the merging of finances with the ATL at a local level and confirmation of banking arrangements, take nominations for National Conference delegation (The NUT Section of Surrey NEU may have up to 25 delegates).
The ATL section must also agree to the motions which should be circulated on the agenda and minuted. This is necessary as is is a requirement of banks when making any changes.
By the end of September I hope to go to print with the Final Report of the Surrey NUT for our final meeting on Saturday 17 November at 10.00 at the HG Wells. Please will all officers provide me with a short contribution before the end of the month. If you are not an officer but have something you wish to share in this final report please feel free to send it to me for inclusion
The inaugural meeting of the Surrey District of the NEU will be on Saturday 26 January provisionally at H G Wells at 10.00 An agenda and nomination form wild go out with the Annual Report
Because of the large number of important items at this meeting please make every effort to attend. It is vital that this meeting is quorate. Reports to the meeting should be written and sent to me for circulation before the meeting.
* PLEASE NOTE : DOWNLOADABLE AGENDA, DIRECTIONS TO H.G.Wells CENTRE -AND CRUCIAL MOTION TO BE DEBATED are below at **
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Surrey NUT and ATL sections of the NEU call upon the government to implement fully the recommendations of the teachers