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
Mobile (and out of hours contact): 07785 463 119
Tel: 0121 457 6239
Mobile (and out of hours contact): 07920 711 069
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The NASUWT has responded to the written statement on school funding made by Secretary of State for Education, Justine Greening MP.
NASUWT General Secretary Chris Keates has spoken at the Reclaim the Internet Conference in London.
The NASUWT has commented on the publication of the 26th Report of the School Teachers’ Review Body for England and Wales and the Government’s acceptance of all its recommendations.
NASUWT responds to the publication of the Key Stage 2 SATs results
NASUWT comments on the announcement that the Investing in the Teaching Workforce scheme is to be relaunched and piloted in Northern Ireland from September
NASUWT comments on the publication by the Scottish Government of the Education Delivery Plan, designed to close the attainment gap and raise standards.
The NASUWT is calling for concerted action, at both school and national level, to address prejudice and discrimination affecting staff and pupils.
Disabled teachers have raised serious concerns about the lack of support in the workplace, including a lack of access to reasonable adjustments and discriminatory attitudes from employers and colleagues in schools.
Nearly a third of teachers have experienced prejudice-related bullying during their teaching careers, yet in the majority of cases schools and employers are failing to take action on incidents of discrimination, a Conference organised by the NASUWT has heard.
NASUWT comments on a survey showing that rising numbers of schools are using Pupil Premium funding to offset cuts to school budgets
NASUWT responds to the call from the Deputy First Minister John Swinney for teacher unions to come forward with practical suggestions to tackle teacher workload
The NASUWT comments on the announcement from Education Secretary John Swinney that the Attainment Challenge is to be expanded
Government policies are making teaching unattractive and uncompetitive when compared with other graduate professions.
"Merely heaping opprobrium on schools across the region is not the best way to ensure standards improve."
NASUWT comments on the findings of the first ever Jersey Teachers' Survey
The NASUWT welcomes announcement that the Home Office is commissioning the Migration Advisory Committee to investigate teacher shortages following the Union's concerns at plans to impose a salary cap on migrant teachers
NASUWT comments on the formation by the Scottish Government of an International Council of Education Advisors to advise ministers on improvements to the education system
At the inaugural annual equalities conference of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in Northern Ireland held in Belfast, teachers from across Northern Ireland discussed their concerns about the widespread discrimination in schools.
NASUWT comments on a report by IPPR into the funding of schools in the north of England
Tbhe Government has added to the confusion by rehashing and recycling previous announcements and policies already in the process of being implemented.
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