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12 September 2011

Dear Colleague, We are writing to encourage you to renew your NATECLA membership for the new academic year. Although there have been recent developments in the funding of ESOL, NATECLA will be continuing to defend and promote ESOL in the future. NATECLA is taking action to defend and promote ESOL teaching and learning and protect the ESOL and Community Languages teaching and research professions. Help us substantially increase our membership. Join now and subscribe at current membership rates before our Language Issues rates rise on 1 March 2012. As this is an ideal time to renew your membership half way through our membership year which runs from March 2011- Feb 2012 we are now offering six monthly rates as below. To take advantage of these special rates please print out the attached form and return to Jane Arstall at NATECLA National Centre (see address at base of email) A Paid teachers or managers working over 18.5 hours per week £20.00 (£25.00 with Language Issues) B Paid teachers or managers working 4.5 to 18.5 hours per week inclusive £12.50 (£17.50 with LI) C Retired teachers, volunteers, students, or teachers working 4 hours per week or less £7.50 (£12.50 with LI) 0 D Associate individuals not working in the field: £12.50 (£17.50 with LI) E Affiliated Institution £45.00 (£55.00 with LI) You can pay by either sending a cheque made out ‘NATECLA’ for your correct membership grade to National Centre. Please add your address to ensure we still have the correct details for you or paying online by bank transfer to using your name as a reference NATWEST Bank Sort Code: 56-00-46 Account Number: 58842594 Account Name: NATECLA/Language Issues Take this opportunity to join at the current rates! We look forward to welcoming you back. Please note that this special six monthly offer is not available via paypal on our website. Best wishes Chloe Hindmarsh and Jane Arstall

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