The NASUWT press office can be contacted on the details below.
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Tel: 0121 457 6250
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Teachers at John Roan School in Maze Hill began the first of three planned days of strike action today.
Teachers at the De La Salle School in St Helens are striking as a result of the failure of the Employer to meet their contractual obligations to teaching staff at the school.
The overwhelming majority of primary teachers have no confidence that the Government’s White Paper proposals for schools will tackle the teacher recruitment crisis, a conference organised by the NASUWT has heard today
The NASUWT today moved an emergency motion on the Edinburgh schools’ PPP crisis at STUC Congress in Dundee. The motion was passed unanimously.
The NASUWT responds to the launch of the first parliamentary inquiry into the scale and impact of sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools
"A public education system should provide basic educational entitlements for all children and young people. One such entitlement is a place in a good local school."
"The IFS report provides a wake-up call to the Government about the need to invest in schools."
The NASUWT comments on the new research brief from the Sutton Trust 'Caught Out'.
NASUWT comments on the closure of a number of schools in Edinburgh over concerns about the condition of their buildings
"“A funding system for schools that is capable of recognising local needs and circumstances and which is democratically accountable must be the best way to ensure that the needs of children and young people across very different contexts and circumstances are met."
The NASUWT comments on the announcement that baseline assessments used by primary schools will no longer be used for measuring pupil progress in subsequent years.
The NASUWT is delighted at the news that a Bahraini teachers’ trade union leader has finally been released from prison.
NASUWT comment son a report by the think-tank CentreForum which found that the pupil attainment gap remains significant.
Proposals to raise the minimum salary threshold for migrant workers will exacerbate the teacher recruitment and retention crisis.
Abuse of capability procedures is creating a climate of fear in schools, driving teachers out of the profession and affecting their health, representatives at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT will hear today.
Supply teachers are facing a raft of exploitative employment practices, including denial of entitlements on pay, pensions and working conditions, a survey by the NASUWT has found
Government changes to the system of pupil assessment in England will drive up teachers workload still further, making a mockery of ministers’ claims to be taking action to address teacher wellbeing.
Too many employers are placing intense pressure on teachers by cynically using the fear of inspection to make unnecessary demands, the Annual Conference of the NASUWT has heard today.
The next Stormont administration must act urgently to address the growing crisis in the teaching profession, representatives at the NASUWT Annual Conference have warned.
Nine of out ten teachers (90%) in the NASUWT’s annual Big Question survey cited excessive workload as the greatest concern they have about their job.
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