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GTP Sept 2011

Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by MasterMaths, Jul 5, 2011.

  1. Most unions give free membership to trainee teachers, so I joined NUT, ATL and NASUWT during my GTP year - which seems to be the way that most people go. You can then decide which one you want to stick with afterwards.
  2. I'm just finishing my GTP. I joined ATL, they're non-political and also fund the majority of a masters degree which may be helpful in the future![​IMG]
  3. Hi thanks very much for the info about unions, much appreciated.I too have now joined all as a student.


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