I think this is unlikely to have much effect. There will be those who suggest that the targeting of an individual in this way is inappropriate. In voting terms, the other members of the EIS salaries committee (who will almost certainly be members of EIS Council) will support him as will other Council members for the sake of maintaining their position against an external threat. If further debacles are to be prevented then the disaffected are going to have to stand for election to the salaries committee. I have no idea how to do this. There appears to be no constitutional info on the EIS website. Secondary teacher members have the option of joining the SSTA. The SSTA was founded in 1944 when EIS reversed its previous salaries policy. In fact the situation is quite similar. Disaffected primary members have a precedent to follow if they wished to do so.