NUT - Your Union

The Union holds conferences nationally for disabled teachers, retired teachers, LGBT teachers and teachers who are black or from an ethnic minority. We would be delighted to hear from Oxfordshire NUT members who are interested in attending one of these conferences or hearing more about them. Contact our membership secretary at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and she will get in touch.
 
We campaign for the rights of our members. For disabled members that can mean ensuring that provision is made to enable them to do their jobs effectively. You can find out more about the annual disabled teacher’s conference  here. If you would like to join a network of disabled teachers go here.
 
LGBT members can face discrimination and abusive behaviour in schools, we want to put a stop to that. Find out more about LGBT issues in education and about relevant events and resources here.
 
The NUT has a long history of involving and protecting the rights of Black teachers. You can find a host of resources and some useful links here.
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As a parent of two children at schools in Oxford, I am fully supportive of NUT campaigns.  Teachers work so hard to deliver high quality education to our children and I am very clear that good education is a right, not a privilege. – Tracy Walsh, parent.
The NUT in Oxfordshire has been at the forefront in drawing attention to the threats our children face if education reforms continue to favour the privileged few. Every child should have access to a qualified teacher, and a school which champions the interests of every child, irrespective of postcode, parentage or perceived academic potential. – Chris Davis, parent.