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Any NASUWT members marking SATs Writing papers?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by smallschool, May 4, 2012.

  1. smallschool

    smallschool New commenter

    I'm an NASUWT member, and I have been asked if I would mark the Yr6 Writing tasks for our school. I remember the Union saying we are taking action 'short of strike' action, but can't remember if this was covered by that. I cant say that I mind marking it, as the school are offering time in which to undertake it, but I don't want to say yes, then realise I shouldn't have, and we move house on Monday, so heaven knows where that bit of paper is!
     
  2. smallschool

    smallschool New commenter

    I'm an NASUWT member, and I have been asked if I would mark the Yr6 Writing tasks for our school. I remember the Union saying we are taking action 'short of strike' action, but can't remember if this was covered by that. I cant say that I mind marking it, as the school are offering time in which to undertake it, but I don't want to say yes, then realise I shouldn't have, and we move house on Monday, so heaven knows where that bit of paper is!
     
  3. http://www.nasuwt.org.uk/consum/groups/public/@press/documents/nas_download/nasuwt_008627.pdf
     
  4. smallschool

    smallschool New commenter

    I'm still not clear about marking of the papers, the head teacher is invigilating the SATS, but should I mark them or not. I am being offered paid time to do so, but I dont want to agree if its against the action.
    Any ideas?
     
  5. minnieminx

    minnieminx New commenter

    Just make your own decision. If you feel happy to mark the things then do so. If you don't then say no. Easy!

    Or, if it worries you that much, ring or email your union and ask them if you are allowed.
     

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