Reference number
  • AMM
Date
  • 1974-1988
Level
  • Collection
Description
  • Committee minutes, 1979-80; conference reports etc., 1979-88; East Sussex branch minutes, 1974-87 (MSS.299).
Extent
  • 9 boxes
Admin history
  • The Assistant Masters' and Mistresses' Association (AMMA) was formed in 1978 by the merger of the Association of Assistant Mistresses and the Assistant Masters' Association. In 1993 it became the Association of Teachers and Lecturers. Both the Association of Assistant Mistresses and the Assistant Masters' Association had been a member of the Joint Committee of the Four Secondary Associations, more commonly known as the "Joint Four" from 1917-1978.

    Reference: IAAM year books and other publications in MSS.453; A.M.A.: Seventy Years of Progress( London, AMA, [1961]).
Appraisal
  • This collection has been weeded for duplicates.
Finding aids
  • An authority record exists for Assistant Masters' and Mistresses' Association (GB 0152 AAR1201).
Access status
  • Open
Related Material
  • Other papers of the Assistant Masters' and Mistresses' Association are located at the National Archives of Northern Ireland.

    The Centre also holds publications of the Assistant Masters' Association (MSS.453/AMA) and the Association of Assistant Mistresses (MSS.059). Further records of the Assistant Masters' Association (including branch records) are located at London University: Institute of Education. Branch records of the Association of Assistant Mistresses are located at Cambridgeshire County Record Office and Derbyshire Record Office. Papers of the Joint Committee of the Four Secondary Associations ("Joint Four") are located at Southampton University Library with branch records at Cambridgeshire County Record Office, Gloucestershire Record Office and the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland.
Subject
  • Teachers' unions--Great Britain