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The latest publications from the NASUWT examining the impact of the Coalition Government's policies on schools, teachers and families.
Advice and guidance for members in Scotland on Professional Update.
Frequently asked questions about the NASUWT's action.
Members have expressed concerns about the pressures and stresses experienced at work. To address these concerns, the NASUWT has created a Wellbeing at Work Survey. We intend the survey to help you identify the pressure points associated with your work.
Join the NASUWT to commemorate 100 years since the ‘longest strike in history’ and celebrate trade union rights.
The NASUWT is deeply concerned by the recent Ministerial announcement regarding teacher redundancies. We have been urgently seeking clarification on the issue, as the statements issued by the Minister and the Department have at best been confused. The NASUWT is making representations to the Minister expressing the unacceptability of the uncertai...
Tributes have been paid to Bryan Tait, conductor of the NASUWT Riverside Band who has died aged 52.
You can now read all about what happened at the NASUWT’s recent consultation conferences.
ERS report for the election of the NASUWT General Secretary.
A free trade deal is currently being negotiated between the US and EU which could leave schools and other education services even more vulnerable to privatisation by private companies.
The NASUWT is continuign to fight for the equalisation of survivor benefits for all members of the Teachers' Pension Scheme.
Mae athrawon yn dod i ddiwedd y cylch rheoli perfformiad/gwerthuso cyntaf yn awr o dan y darpariaethau adolygedig.
Access to high quality induction and support for new teachers is under threat as a result of the Coalition Government’s deregulation drive, NQTs have heard.
A round-up of all the debate from the NASUWT's Scotland Annual Conference 2014.
Conference 2014 registration: £12 / £6 students and concs. Limited free places available for students and migrant communities - see UAF website for more info.
The NASUWT website allows members to contact their MP about any issue important to them. Customise your letter and send it to their inbox instantly.
International community must recommit to its vision of education for all
Get the latest news and information on NASUWT's teachers' pensions strategy.
The NASUWT has produced a range of resources related to mental health and mental health awareness, as well as publications related to mental health issues, in the last few years.
The situation facing teachers and their unions is extremely difficult following the brutal violence witnessed in the country in recent months, says Dr Patrick Roach
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