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New Faces on the BSTU Executive


Interactive! Ask the Union

Do you have work-related questions? Submit them here.


BSTU President on the issue of ungraded CXC Exams


BSTU President in Question-Answer Session on VOB Brasstacks (April 26th, 2017):

BSTU and M.E.T.I. officials discuss the St. George School Issue (April 25th, 2017):


Sister Union

Umbrella Organisations

New! BSTU Team Meets Newly Appointed Education Minister

Read more about the meeting with the Education minister


New! BSTU Recognises Youth High Achievers


Listen to the BSTU president engage Donville Inniss on Brass Tacks

BSTU Issues Press Release concerning the Grievance Procedure Against the St. Michael School's Board of Management.

Grievance against the St. Michael School


Know Your BSTU Constitution

Click here to download your .pdf copy of the BSTU Constitution. Have a read and enjoy!

TPD 2015 Presentation

Click here to download the PowerPoint presentation made by the Principal Personnel Officer (Ministry of Education) concerning the procedures for obtaining various types of leave (including pre-retirement leave).

Learn about the teacher evaluation process

"A new evaluation system for teachers was designed to replace the existing Annual Reports used throughout the public service. The new system should provide timely, accurate information about schools and teaching learning strategies..." Read more...


The Social Partnership, established in 1991, has played an integral role in supporting Barbados' economic growth and stability over the past two decades. The contribution of the trade unions to the establishment and evolution of the Social Partnership is discussed in two articles, the first of which can be downloaded from here and the second one is available here.



Download your membership application form here along with its companion payment authorisation form here.


Download the Barbados Education Act (2002) here.

Are you being paid correctly? Have a look at the civil service salary scales which may be accessed here.
...and how safe is your workplace in the context of the stipulations of the Safety and Health at Work Act (2005)? The full text of this Act is available here.

Strategies for coping with the current international recession, an interesting perspective presented here, along with another viewpoint which can be read here
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