We advise the National Employers' Organisation for School Teachers (NEOST), the representative body for children's services authorities and local education authorities on matters related to school teachers' pay and conditions.
We also advise the employers' sides and conduct negotiations with unions in determining national pay and conditions for:
- youth and community workers
- Soulbury officers
- teachers in residential establishments, and
- teachers and staff in sixth form colleges.
Information for employers of teachers in England and Wales. Includes the Burgundy Book.
Comprehensive information covering teachers' pensions.
Highlights some key employment issues relevant to the transfer of schools from maintained to academy status, including TUPE and continuous local government service.
The urgent need to fill vacant children's social worker posts so we can protect children effectively.
Information for school support staff.
The Soulbury Committee provides voluntary collective bargaining machinery for advisory staff in local education authorities. Includes the Blue Book.
Including pay claim 2013 and the revised 2014 Orange Book.
Lobbying, negotiating, pay advice and support for teachers in sixth form colleges.
We act as the secretariat for the Employers' Side of the Joint Negotiating Committee (JNC) for Youth and Community Workers. Also, download the Pink Book.
This LGA report explores the challenges for public services in engaging employers to help more young people into work and learning. It looks at why employer engagement is important, what employers need and whether services are delivering what is needed.