The NASUWT press office can be contacted on the details below.
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Tel: 0121 457 6250
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NASUWT comments on DFE figures on permanent and fixed-term exclusions of pupils for 2013/14.
Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in Northern Ireland, has responded to the agreed 1% pay remit backdated to 2014 for teachers.
NASUWT comments on figures obtained by the Scottish Liberal democrats showing that there are over 450 teaching posts vacant in Scotland.
The NASUWT took a delegation of teachers to the 7th Education International World Congress in Ottawa, Canada between 21 and 26 July 2015.
NASUWT comments on a report by the Sutton Trust looking at the performance of academy chains.
NASUWT responds to the confirmation that Jersey's States Employment Board (SEB) is to impose a pay freeze on public service employees, including teachers, for the 2015 pay award.
It is not only the provisions of the Trade Union Bill which should be a cause for deep concern but what the Bill represents.
NASUWT comments on Ofsted's Early Years report.
It is good to see the Prime Minister apparently recognising that there are now significant inequalities in pay to be addressed.
NASUWT members at Small Heath School and Sixth Form Centre in Birmingham will hold further strike action tomorrow (Thursday 2 July).
NASUWT comments on the statement by the Education Minister Huw Lewis that he is accepting the recommendations of the Donaldson Review.
NASUWT comments on the announcement from Nicky Morgan on coasting schools
NASUWT comments on the National Audit Office's report on the Pupil Premium
NASUWT comments in advance of the release of the latest figures on child poverty
NASUWT comments on the speech given today by the Prime Minister on welfare.
Over four-fifths of disabled teachers have been discriminated against because of their disability in the course of their job, a conference organised by the NASUWT has heard.
Members of the NASUWT who work at Swansea’s Education Other Than at School (EOTAS) service are taking further strike action today (Wednesday) and Thursday in an ongoing dispute over proposed financial cuts to the service which will undermine high-quality provision for children and young people.
The NASUWT has congratulated the leaders of the Bahrain Teachers Association (BTA) who have been awarded the 2015 Arthur Svensson Prize in recognition of their fight to organise and represent the interest of teachers in the face of extreme repression from the Bahraini authorities.
New teachers are feeling demoralised and stressed due to the lack of support during their induction year, a Conference organised by the NASUWT has heard
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