School support staff across Wales are using their own money to help pay for pupils’ food and clothing says UNISON today (Friday).
Hundreds of teaching assistants say they don’t have adequate training to deliver the Curriculum for Wales, says their union UNISON today (Thursday).
A primary school teaching assistant who was hit by pupils ‘nearly every day’ says children and staff are bearing the brunt of a lack of funding.
UNISON is now recruiting and looking for a fantastic regional organiser in Wales.
Cash-strapped school support staff are using their own money to help pupils and their families cope with the cost-of-living crisis, says UNISON.
45% of teaching assistants, caretakers, cleaners and other school support staff actively looking for better paid jobs
Unsung heroes doing working behind the scenes in schools across Wales will be honoured with the annual UNISON Cymru/ Wales Stars in Our Schools event.
Education staff have criticised the Welsh government announcement