Members Guide series
This series of pamphlets includes advice and guidance covering the following topics: Beginning teachers;
Employment relations problems/Personal grievances;
Guidance for teachers in their relationships with students;
Guidance for teachers working with MÄori students;
Introducing Te Huarahi MÄori Motuhake;
Making schools safe for people of every sexuality;
Teacher conduct and discipline;
Teachers' salary guide: Area schools;
The staff representative on the board of trustees.
Secondary Teachers Collective Agreement (STCA) 3.4 and the Area School Teachers' Collective Agreement (ASTCA) 2.4. STCA 3.4.5 and ASTCA 2.4.7 list matters which may warrant disciplinary action. It is important to assess each case on its own merits. The collective agreements give examples of matters which may warrant disciplinary action. The list of examples is indicative only, and is based on those formerly defined in section 158 of the Education Act 1964 and are as follows. (Members guide to the STCA & ASTCA 2007-2010 series) (NB pagination reads 1-7, 9 blank pages have been removed)
(2011) This pamphlet is a guide to the operation of the procedures outlined under 3.3 of the Secondary Teachers' Collective Agreement [STCA] and 2.3 of the Area School Teachers' Collective Agreement [ASTCA].
The clause applies both to base scale teachers and to holders of units. Part 10A of the Education Act 1999, and such criteria for teacher registration as may be issued from time to time by the Teachers Council, also apply. The Teachers Council (Competence) Rules 2004 may be downloaded from www.teacherscouncil.govt.nz.
There is also an alternative process "Resolving conflict in a MÄori context" [3.5 STCA, 2.5 ASTCA]. See further explanation at the end of this pamphlet.
represents the staff, represents the board, knows the school, is a board member. The role of the board staff representative can be a difficult one at times because conflicts of interest may arise, owing to the unique nature of the role. The staff representative is both an employee of the board and a member of the employing body. The staff representative who is a PPTA member is encouraged to seek advice from a field officer when such issues arise. (Members guide series)
the service that generates the sick leave;
the entitlement that fl ows from the length of service; and
the amount of sick leave used and the balance remaining. (Members guide to the STCA & ASTCA 2007-2010 series) (NB pagination reads 1-7, 9 as blank pages have been removed)