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 gender discrimination and inequality which prevents millions of women and girls worldwide from accessing education must be urgently addressed, the NASUWT has stated on International Women’s Day.
The NASUWT has joined forces with MP and race equality campaigner Diane Abbott to bring her annual London Schools and the Black Child (LSBC) Conference for the first time to Birmingham.
“The Welsh Government needs to stand firm on maintaining a pay and conditions framework for teachers across England and Wales.”
“On this Government’s watch, today’s Workload Diary Survey demonstrates a dramatic overall increase in working hours since 2010."
"However this Coalition Government chooses to dress it up, its social and economic policies are driving up child poverty."
NASUWT comments on the DfE's decision to strip academy chain E-ACT of ten schools
NASUWT responds to a statement issued by Powys Authority on planned industrial action by members of the NASUWT at Ysgol Maesydderwen.
At its meeting on Friday 14 February, the National Executive of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, reviewed plans for the next phase of industrial action across England and Wales.
The Secretary of State has today published the School Teachers’ Review Body 23rd Report and has accepted in full its recommendations.
“Safer Internet Day provides the opportunity to highlight not only the positive benefits of the internet, but also the potential for abuse of technology."
“Whatever its potential merits, a College of Teaching cannot repair the damage inflicted by the Coalition Government's ongoing attacks on the professional status, pay and conditions of teachers.”
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) teachers still feel the problem of homophobia remains endemic in schools and that schools need to do more to tackle the issue.
At its meeting on Friday 14 February, the National Executive of the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in the UK, will consider plans for the next phase of industrial action in England and Wales.
“Unfortunately, the reality of the impact of the Coalition’s education and social policies on disadvantaged pupils does not match the Secretary of State’s rhetoric."
“Given the appalling track record of this Coalition Government in supporting teachers, the Secretary of State’s claims that he wants to give teachers confidence to tackle pupil indiscipline will have a hollow ring in classrooms across the country."
“The support available from local authorities and other children’s services to help schools manage and promote positive pupil behaviour has been savagely cut by the Coalition Government."
The NASUWT, the largest teachers' union in Guernsey and across the UK, has been engaged in discussions with States of Guernsey officials over planned changes to the public sector pension scheme.
Estyn views no longer relevant to teachers
The overwhelming majority of young teachers believe that the Coalition Government’s education policies are having a negative impact on pupils and on teachers.
"Teachers and other staff working with children are extremely vulnerable to false and malicious allegations."
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