The NASUWT press office can be contacted on the details below.
Please note these numbers are for journalists only. NASUWT members seeking advice or support should contact their National Executive Member or Regional Centre (please click on the links for contact information)
Tel: 0121 457 6250
Mobile (and out of hours contact): 07867 392 746
Tel: 0121 457 6269
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NASUWT members taking a one day strike today over the unnecessarily hostile action of the school and the Vale of Glamorgan Authority to national industrial action being taken to stand up for standards.
NASUWT comments on the publication of the Scottish Government's youth employment strategy
Politicians must show they are serious about cracking down on the exploitation of agency workers, including supply teachers, the NASUWT has said.
NASUWT comments on the publication of the Key Stage 2 results for schools in England.
NASUWT comments on annual school census figures released by the Scottish Government,
NASUWT comments on Ofsted's Annual Report 2014.
NASUWT responds to proposals to establish a College of Teaching
There has been a backwards step in racial equality as a result of the impact of four years of Coalition Government policies, hears Conference
“Following intense campaigning and lobbying by the NASUWT and UCATT, the Coalition Government appears to have finally recognised the need to examine the issue of agencies using umbrella companies.
Hard as the Chancellor tried, he could not conceal the fact that real terms cuts will continue to hit public services.
NASUWT comments on the proposed substantial cuts to the education budget in Northern Ireland
NASUWT Comments on Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt's speech on fostering closer ties between independent and state schools.
NASUWT survey reveals that over 50% of teachers report their school has failed to confirm that they will be paid the 1% cost of living award.
“Millions of agency workers, including supply teachers, will welcome today’s commitment from Ed Milliband to get tough on unscrupulous agencies."
Too many newly qualified teachers are being denied their statutory rights and entitlements during their induction year, a conference organised by the NASUWT has heard.
The NASUWT responds to the appointment of Angela Constance MSP as the new Secretary for Education and Learning
Sustained change to the unacceptable workload burdens can only be brought about by an acceptance that one of the key drivers of excessive workload is government policy.
Empowering women and girls to achieve equality in education was the theme of a major conference organised in London today by the NASUWT.
NASUWT commetns on the start of Anti-Bullying Week.
On Equal Pay Day, the Government must do more to ensure the issue is addressed in education and across the economy as a whole
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