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Branch Officers School Representative: Support Section

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WorkPlace Representatives Standing Orders National Agreements

Student Teachers Protest at future inequality. 22nd. Feb2012.


Newly  Proposed Code of Conduct for Teachers. 

Retired Members Association


Equal Pay Rally Oct 2016

Equal Pay Rally Oct 2016

Junior Cycle Protest


RTE News

Junior Cert Reform Clarification November 2016.




Equal Pay

             X Public Service Stability Document 

The Executive Committee of the Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) this evening unanimously decided to recommend rejection of the draft Public Service Stability Agreement.

Speaking after the meeting, TUI President Joanne Irwin said that it would be unconscionable for the union to recommend acceptance of an agreement that effectively copper-fastened a system of pay inequality for its duration.

The union described the draft document’s failure to properly address the discriminatory, inequitable two-tier pay system, as completely unacceptable, and said that the process of pay equalisation requires acceleration, rather than further delay.


FEMPI Protest 18th. November 2015.



Next Meeting:

Branch Meeting:

Tuesday 12th. September. 2017 at 8pm


Venue: Lucan Spa Hotel

Circular letter 47/2017, which sets out another opportunity for TUI members to Opt-out and Opt-in of the S&S Scheme, has just issued.

In order for the opt-out/opt-in to take effect from 1 September 2017, teachers who wish to avail of the opt-out/opt-in must submit an application to the Principal of their school as soon as possible and in any event prior to Friday 11 August 2017. Where an eligible teacher is not in a position to avail of the option during the summer, a review can take place in September in respect of a further opt-out/opt-in opportunity during the school year.

The opt-out/opt-in option contained in this Circular is available to all eligible teachers, including those covered by the previous opt-out/opt-in opportunity set out in Circular 0041/2017.

Circular letter 47/2017


Congress 2013 Galway


Branch Meeting



Bernie Ruane (AGS) & Mairead Glynn (Chair)

(in regulation attire?)


Circular Letter: Haddington Road 



Circular Letter


The Ward Report

The Ward Recommendations


Latest Circular(CL0059) re Sick-Leave


Sick Leave wef Sept 2014 FAQs






Dublin C&C 2015-16 Executive Officers + Area Rep.



Congress 2015 Wexford

 congress17b                  Congress 2017 Cork                            


Previous Branch Officers






Dublin Community and Comprehensive Schools' Branch The Dublin Community and Comprehensive Schools ' Branch of the T.U.I., was formed in 1973, and now comprises of 63 Community; Comprehensive; Secondary Educate Together, & Voluntary Secondary Schools from Dublin , Kildare, and Wicklow Areas. With over 700 members: it is one of the largest Branches in the Union . The Branch elects 8 Officers at its Annual General Meeting in October each year, and each Officer takes responsibility for four or more schools. The Branch organizes 8 meetings in the Year. These are conducted in accordance with the Standing Orders of the Branch. Meetings start at 8pm. and finish at 10pm.