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More than one in ten newly qualified teachers say they only intend to stay in teaching for 12 months, a conference organised by the NASUWT has heard. Nearly one in three newly qualified teachers overall say they will leave the teaching profession within five years.
NASUWT responds to comments by Sir Michael Wilshaw on the quality of school governance
The NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union in Northern Ireland, has criticised the unaccountable precautionary suspension mechanism for teachers.
The NASUWT welcomes former Prime Minister Gordon Brown calling on the Government to abandon its plans to cut tax credits.
A special joint survey of NASUWT members across the Midlands with ITV Central has uncovered shocking statistics.
NASUWT Cymru, the largest teachers’ union in Wales, has called for an end to the continued exploitation of supply teachers by umbrella companies and supply agencies.
NASUWT Cymru, the largest teachers’ union in Wales, has called on the Education Minister to ensure that his expectation that the new curriculum will be built for the profession, by the profession, comes to fruition.
Despite a very promising speech by the Two thirds of teachers indicated they still do not feel that the Welsh Government respects or values the profession.
The Annual Conference of NASUWT Cymru, the largest teachers’ union in Wales, today raised concerns about the lack of support for schools through consortia arrangements.
Teachers at the Annual Conference of NASUWT Cymru, the largest teachers’ union in Wales, have today called for the stress and anxiety caused to be treated as an industrial injury.
Teachers from across Wales are gathering this weekend in Swansea for the Annual Conference of NASUWT Cymru, the largest teachers’ union in Wales.
On National Stress Awareness Day the NASUWT calls on Education Secretary Nicky Morgan to take seriously the high levels of stress teachers face.
NASUWT responds to Nicky Morgan's announcement.
NASUWT comments on the Equality and Human Rights Commission's "Is Britain Fairer?" report.
The NASUWT confirmed its rejection of the 2015-17 pay and conditions offer for teachers at yesterday’s SNCT (Scottish Negotiating Committee for Teachers) Teachers’ Panel meeting.
Children and young people with additional support needs (ASN) are being denied the tailored support and range of educational options they deserve the NASUWT has told the Scottish National Party Conference.
The NASUWT has called on the Scottish National Party to support the NASUWT’s campaign to poverty proof the school day and ensure that no child is denied access to education opportunities on the basis of their parents’ ability to pay.
The NASUWT campaign to highlight the cost of school uniforms is having a positive impact leading to an announcement today by the Competition and Markets Authority.
"It is neither acceptable nor feasible for the workforce to take the full weight of the cuts in Further Education."
The NASUWT has today published a report examining the Department for International Development’s (DFID’s) international development strategy, particularly in relation to education.
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