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Wiltshire teachers fight over demands
4:00pm Sunday 30th September 2012 in Wiltshire
Hundreds of teachers in Wiltshire will take industrial action next week in a bid to reduce their workload.
Members of the NUT and NASUWT unions are expected to take action, short of striking, on Wednesday.
Andy Woolley, south west regional secretary of the NUT, said the action was unlikely to affect pupils.
He said: “It is aimed at reducing teachers’ workload from excessive demands that have been made on them in recent times. It is not strike action and it is not stopping things like after-school clubs and activities which teachers have volunteered for.”
The NASUWT and the NUT originally planned to take action this week, but changed the date over legal issues.
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