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Could some teachers go unpaid during the summer?

Could some teachers go unpaid during the summer?

Up to five academy trusts are at loggerheads with unions over their plans to shake up teachers’ pay and conditions – which could see staff go unpaid during the summer holidays, Schools Week understands.

It has also been revealed that another trust recently backed down on similar plans, following discussions with the Association of School and College Leaders and the National Education Union.

Bradford Diocesan Academies Trust (BDAT) wanted to shake up notice periods for its staff, which unions said would remove a protection in teachers’ pay and conditions which requires notices to be issued on three dates during the year to make sure staff can secure new jobs.

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