This folder contains Collective Agreements negotiated on behalf of PPTA members and associated guidance, documents and forms regarding your terms and conditions of employment.
Collective agreements are legal documents that set out the conditions of employment, salary rates and rights and entitlements for PPTA members.
Specifically; "The Minister of Education shall convene a taskforce to examine and report on secondary teachers' remuneration. This Taskforce will examine and report on how the government can address wagepaths, and the impact on remuneration of workload, supply, demand, curriculum delivery, qualifications and other directly related issues that arise."
Memorandum of Agreed Elements as at 22 August 2014 for Variation of the Secondary Teachers' Collective Agreement 2013-2015 (STCA)
(25 August 2014) Memorandum of Agreed Elements as at 22 August 2014 for Variation of the Secondary Teachers' Collective Agreement 2013-2015 (STCA)
Further to the Working Group Report of 3 June 2014 and subsequent Cabinet decisions, the New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association (PPTA) and the Secretary for Education (the Secretary) (collectively "the parties"), and the New Zealand School Trustees Association (NZSTA) have discussed the extent to which the Secondary Teachers' Collective Agreement
2013 - 2015 (STCA) should be varied to reflect the changes introduced by the Government's Investing in Educational Success initiative.
(my apologies for earlier 2015 typo - 26/08/2014)
This page provides information and application forms for the Medical Retirement-Serious Illness provisions that are available for employees covered by the Secondary Teachers' Collective Agreement or the Area School Teachers' Collective Agreement.
This advice is to guide you through what would be expected in such a consultation process on changes to school times. It contains advice on the legal and industrial constraints around proposals to change the school day, a list of reasons that have recently been raised with branches for changes to the teaching times in some schools and advice on how branches and schools should approach any local suggestion to change the school's normal operating times.