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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The NASUWT has called on the British Government to continue to honour its commitments to overseas development spending, particularly with regards to education.
The NASUWT has responded to the report on grammar schools from the Education Policy Institute.
The NASUWT has commented on the proposed changes to unit assessments announced by the Cabinet Secretary for Education.
3,000 cases of teachers requesting flexible working have been analysed by the NASUWT and nearly a third of these requests were turned down.
Teachers attending the NASUWT’s national Supply Teachers’ Conference, held today in Birmingham, have called for national standards for supply agencies to be introduced to tackle the exploitation and unscrupulous practices that too many supply teachers are being subjected to.
NASUWT comments on the latest OECD Education at a glance report which compares education systems internationally
The NASUWT has seconded a motion condemning the repression in Turkey and solidarity with the Kurdish population at the TUC Congress in Brighton.
The Government’s plans to introduce new grammar schools are a distraction from the real challenges and crises it has created in the education system, the NASUWT has told TUC Congress today.
The NASUWT has highlighted the appalling impact of the global refugee crisis on the world’s children and young people at TUC Congress
The NASUWT has commenting on the School Governance Review, announced today by Scotland's Education Minister.
NASUWT comments on a report by a committee of MPs which found there is a serious problem of sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools.
NASUWT comments on indications from the Prime Minister that she plans to reintroduce an 'element of selection' into the school system.
NASUWT comments on the Scottish Government's Programme for Government 2016/17
The NASUWT has commented on the latest report from the Women and Equalities Commission.
NASUWT comments on an outstanding set of GCSE results in Northern Ireland.
Congratulations to the young people and their teachers who have worked tirelessly to deliver yet another year of excellent results.
NASUWT congratulates pupils and teachers in Wales on today's GCSE and Welsh Baccalaureate results.
NASUWT issues a warning on exam reform ahead of the publication of this year's GCSE results.
The NASUWT has responded to the latest findings from the IFS on the gender pay gap.
NASUWT congratulates students and teachers in Wales on another outstanding set of exam results.
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