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Members of NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union have voted to accept the 2024-2026 SEB pay offer as part of the process for securing resolution of their ongoing dispute with the States Government. 53% of NASUWT members voted in favour of implementing the offer, with a turnout of 62%.

NASUWT will now consult members on next steps in the Union’s ongoing dispute on pay and workload.

Dr Patrick Roach, NASUWT General Secretary, said:

“Teachers on Jersey are long overdue an increase in pay as part of their fight for fair and reasonable working conditions. There must be no delay from the SEB in implementing this award.

“NASUWT members have endured years of real terms pay erosion, escalating living costs, and spiralling workloads. Despite these challenges, they have continued to deliver an extremely high standard of education to Jersey’s children and young people.

“Pay is only one of our concerns for Jersey’s hard-working and dedicated teachers. They need a Better Deal and we will continue to press for action to tackle the intolerable levels of workload on our members. We are still awaiting commitments from the States Government to secure the resolution of these outstanding issues.”


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