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Union meetings in school: guidance

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Last updated on 3 February 2017
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Do union reps need to seek permission to hold meetings in school? We relay guidance on this issue from ACAS, the Department for Education (DfE) and ASCL. We also refer to guidance from the DfE on providing facilities for union representatives.

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