Show your solidarity with Forest Hill School!

Workers, students and parents at Forest Hill School in Lewisham (South London) are fighting dramatic cuts to the school budget and proposals to lay off teachers. Alongside a community campaign, the teachers have taken numerous days of strike action – most recently on 3 May – with more to come. They have also received support from two of the three Lewisham Constituency Labour Parties. For more information on the campaign, see stopfhscuts.com.

The Clarion and the left-wing student organisation NCAFC have produced a solidarity poster. You can download it to print/copy here. Or drop us an email if you want a glossy colour version sent to you. Meanwhile here are some photos taken so far, please check back for regular updates.

Send photos to theclarionmag@gmail.com or tweet to twitter.com/clarion_mag and twitter.com/lewisham_nut

NUS exec member and University of the Arts SU campaigns officer Ana Oppenheim with Forest Hill School NUT rep Joe Cowley – on the picket line

     

Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union general secretary Ronnie Draper / Kas Witana, health care assistant, Sheffield

     

Natalie Parsons, striker at the Ritzy (Picturehouse) cinema, South London / John Bloxam and Jean Lane, teaching assistant, Sheffield

     

Alison Brown, paramedic and Unison activist, Sheffield / Pat Murphy, Leeds NUT secretary and NUT national exec member

     

Camila Bassi, Sheffield Hallam lecturer / Alex Blenkhorn, NHS worker, Manchester

     

Anita Kennedy, postal worker and Labour activist, South London / Simon Hannah, Lambeth Unison and Clarion editor 

     

Kim Tunstall, paramedic, Manchester / Luke Neal, teaching assistant, Manchester

Gill Hart and Kath Dunbar, Lewisham Labour Party activists

     

Morad Shirin, Iranian workers solidarity activist / Chris Marks, Manchester TUC Secretary

   

Sahaya James, NUS executive and University of the Arts Labour Club chair; Kelly Rogers, Picturehouse cinema striker

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