NEU Katherine Fry

NEU Katherine Fry

@KatherineF_NEU

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Updates, news, events & networking for @NEUnion members in Yorkshire & Humberside region. Tweets on behalf of Organising Team by me.

Yorkshire and Humberside
Joined on August 11, 2014
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @KatherineF_NEU and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
8 hours
Average replies
2
Average retweets
18
Average likes
34
Tweets with photos
16 / 100
Tweets with videos
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Tweets with links
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804. in country United Kingdom and category Education

Tes
10 hours ago

Workload has been 'exacerbated' this term by the expectation that teachers will develop remote learning – as more and more pupils are sent home, according to @NASUWT research https://t.co/u4CjLxQn0h

Quoted @NEUnion

Government must take urgent action to ensure next year’s GCSE and A-level cohorts are not disadvantaged. 🖋️Sign our petition 👉 https://t.co/tUiNdmhSU0 #FairGrade2021 https://t.co/7XwR4PJnBv

Government must take urgent action to ensure next year’s GCSE and A-level cohorts are not disadvantaged. 

🖋️Sign our petition 👉 https://t.co/tUiNdmhSU0 #FairGrade2021 https://t.co/7XwR4PJnBv

End of Sept - as a GCSE teacher it is now clear that current rates of Yr 11 isolation due to +ve COVID tests make it impossible for externally assessed exams to be be sat fairly in 2021. The Government needs to end students’ agony now! @KateGreenSU @MaryBoustedNEU @neucllrs https://t.co/bUV3Dnin7Z

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a day ago

Teachers are demanding guidance from government about keeping classrooms well-ventilated – amid warnings that staff and pupils are having to endure 'miserable' temperatures https://t.co/l1azQfkhtV

Why is it important in an organizing conversation that organizers never say two words, "thank you?" Strike School session 2 tackles semantics, the words we use, and the structure of a hard conversation with @jollenelevid @preethysiva @JonHegerty Word choices matter in organizing. https://t.co/UQcMNiKvAw

Why is it important in an organizing conversation that organizers never say two words, "thank you?" Strike School session 2 tackles semantics, the words we use, and the structure of a hard conversation with @jollenelevid @preethysiva @JonHegerty Word choices matter in organizing. https://t.co/UQcMNiKvAw

Our @tes survey shows teachers’ trust in the DfE has reached a new low: is it any wonder with all the screeching u-turns, 10pm policy decisions, finger-pointing and, lately, failure to ensure they can get tested? Story by ⁦@tweetsbyameshttps://t.co/5DYgfEza2G

Grooving waiting for #strikeschool to start. And we are off.. https://t.co/zU6FFdoZaG

Grooving waiting for #strikeschool to start. And we are off.. https://t.co/zU6FFdoZaG

Schools having to fully and partially close and then reopen will 'become a way of life' until a coronavirus vaccine is found, the national schools commissioner has said https://t.co/uBquJNsEhu

Quoted @NEUnion_Karl

New professionals development at the NEU | NEU https://t.co/k4rhfO9wGJ

For @NEUnion trainees and #NQTs https://t.co/OGvLCQoy58

One of the largest Greggs factories has closed due to a coronavirus outbreak. 300 workers will now self-isolate *on full-pay* - thanks to the strength of @bfawu1. It pays to be in a union. https://t.co/GdDonTEUtK

The Chancellor’s short-time working scheme is a significant step forward. But unworked hours must not be wasted. Ministers must guarantee high-quality retraining to prepare workers for the future economy. We must use this period to build a stronger and more resilient economy.

According to a survey by TES, more than 9 in 10 school staff in England have limited or no trust in the government's management of the coronavirus and schools. 4 in 5 say their trust in the Department for Education has dropped since the pandemic hit. https://t.co/h94mt3iedD

The Government let students down in 2020. Many feel betrayed by the lack of leadership shown by @GavinWilliamson. With no Plan B in sight, this confusion will impact students next year. Join @ThePupilPower and add your name to our #FairGrade2021 petition👉https://t.co/qR6khYgkEQ https://t.co/pWFkBOe0Jm

The 2020 exam fiasco cannot be repeated, students deserve better from the Government in 2021. We need a Plan B to ensure fairness for next year's GCSE and A-level students if exams can’t take place. Sign our #FairGrade2021 petition 👉 https://t.co/5D7sL3aT3S https://t.co/FnFW3Ig2FM

The 'prompt availability of testing' is 'key' to the safe return of pupils to schools, the UK’s chief medical officers have warned https://t.co/JuWPUQ3izO

The climate crisis continues in the midst of the pandemic. @NEUnion supports Fridays for Future with 6 steps for trade union members #unions4climate#FridaysForFuture #FightClimateInjustice https://t.co/2cFckUhkD6

Quoted @Steph_Hancock88

There are a million other things that are more important for us to focus on this year- our children need us to give them the time and space to ignite that love of learning again, to support them in their worries. We can't do that by teaching to the test! @NEUnorthern https://t.co/SI2nnFwwsu

Great contributions from members & panelist’s. The profession & my union @NEUnion aren’t against assessment. It plays a vital part in learning but we know what tests we want & need in our schools - not Baseline, phonics, mulitiplication or SAT’s but Covid #test #investnow https://t.co/49YbY6TDFz

Starting out in teaching? If you’re a student or trainee teacher, you can join @NEUnion for FREE today

The NEU is the biggest education union in the UK. Join the 450,000 members who are standing up for an education system that works for all👉https://t.co/watEVPOTIq https://t.co/FELCWupxz3

Starting out in teaching? If you’re a student or trainee teacher, you can join @NEUnion for FREE today The NEU is the biggest education union in the UK. Join the 450,000 members who are standing up for an education system that works for all👉https://t.co/watEVPOTIq https://t.co/FELCWupxz3

Quoted @MoreThanScore

Listen to what headteachers really care about this year and please sign and share our petition to drop all statutory tests in primary schools during a pandemic: https://t.co/n4wNlMUL1v #DropSATs2021 #DropPhonics2020 https://t.co/BTJJZaBJVp

Please watch and share! Head teachers care about pupils: that's why they think SATs and other Government tests should be scrapped this year, to give them the chance to focus on children not test scores. #DropSATs2021 https://t.co/41Qbv0J2tb

@NEUpresident Robin Bevan discusses teaching and learning after lockdown, from this term and beyond, as part of SecEd's #BacktoSchool series https://t.co/eaeNtHHyI6 @MaryBoustedNEU @cyclingkev @NEUnion

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