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number of paid library staff has fallen by 4 per cent over the past year, while the number of volunteers has gone up by 22 per cent.
Local campaigns are happening all over the UK to save library services, but at the lobby we will join together to send a clear message to MPs.
Please support the campaign, and sign up at the website to let us know if you are coming.
Keep your hat on
On the 30 March Brain Tumour Research wants pupils nationwide to donate, and nominate their head teacher to wear a silly hat for Wear a Hat Day to raise awareness about brain tumours and the need for research.
To get involved and to request a fundraising pack go to www.braintumourresearch.org
Sue Farrington-Smith, Director The Brain Tumour Research Team, Bucks
Look before you leap
Each year thousands of young people join the armed forces straight after school. With the Government proposing to expand cadet forces into state education, it is important for potential recruits and their parents to know about military life before enlisting.
Before You Sign Up is an information charity that sets out the pros and cons of military life. Visit our website for more information.
Maths books draw winners
First out of the hat for nine Carol Vorderman maths books in the draw featured in the Jan/Feb issue of The Teacher was Quinton Church Primary School in Birmingham. Second, for six books, was Bradford Moor Primary School, Bradford, and third for five books was Seely Junior School, Sherwood, Nottinghamshire. Congratulations!
No NUT rep in your school?
Please elect one! Once a rep has been elected, notify your division/association secretary, whose details are on your membership credential and at www.teachers.org.uk/contactus
Find out what reps do at www.teachers.org.uk/getinvolved
Find full contact details at www.teachers.org.uk/contactus
Keep in touch when you:
• change your home or school address
• change your employment contract (to permanent, fixed-term, supply, full-time or part-time teacher)
• are about to change to reduced subscription membership (maternity leave, retired/left profession membership)
• are appointed to a new post such as deputy head, head teacher, or Emag teacher.
Ring 0845 300 1666, visit www.teachers.org.uk/update
, or write to Records and Subscription Services, NUT, Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London WC1H 9BD.
And please let us have your email address and mobile number.
Need help or advice?
If you’ve got a problem at work, or want to know more about NUT services, contact either:
• your school representative
• your local association (see www.teachers.org.uk/contactus
• your regional office, or NUT Cymru in Wales (see below).
NUT regional and Wales offices
1 NORTHERN t: 0191 389 0999 e: email@example.com
2 NORTH WEST t: 01204 521 434 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
3 YORKSHIRE/MIDLAND t: 01302 342 448 e: email@example.com
4 MIDLANDS t: 01785 244 129 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
5 EASTERN t: 01638 555 300 e: email@example.com
6 SOUTH EAST t: 01444 894 500 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
7 SOUTH WEST t: 01392 258 028 e: email@example.com
8 LONDON t: 020 8477 1234 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
WALES t: 029 2049 1818 e: email@example.com
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