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The NASUWT comments on reports that a document has been circulating among the Northern Ireland Executive which could lead to further deep cuts to education.
The NASUWT comments on the announcement by Education Secretary Nicky Morgan that headteachers of so-called ‘coasting schools’ will be sacked.
Teachers are being left unacceptably exposed to violence and aggression from pupils in the classroom, the Annual Conference of NASUWT Scotland has heard.
Children and young people who have additional support needs (ASN) are being denied the tailored support and range of educational options they deserve, teachers at the Annual Conference of NASUWT Scotland have stated.
Children’s entitlement to a high-quality education is being put at risk by the widening pay gap between teaching and other professions, teachers at the Annual Conference of NASUWT Scotland have argued.
Employers and school leaders must act urgently to put in place measures to tackle excessive teacher workload which is taking its toll on their health and wellbeing and preventing them from focusing on teaching and learning, teachers at the Annual Conference of NASUWT Scotland have stated.
The NASUWT, the fastest growing teachers’ union in Scotland, has today launched a guide for teachers on tackling the growing blight of technology abuse and misuse by pupils and parents.
NASUWT Scotland will hold its Annual Conference on Thursday 14 May and Friday 15 May 2015.
Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar (HMGOG) and the NASUWT have today agreed a framework for a ground-breaking social partnership.
On Workers’ Memorial Day, NASUWT remembers Leeds schoolteacher and NASUWT member Ann Maguire on the first anniversary of her tragic death.
The NASUWT is marking Workers’ Memorial Day today (Tuesday) by highlighting the continuing concerns about the Coalition Government’s approach to health and safety, in particular its failure to address the hidden killer in our schools-asbestos.
NASUWT members at Darland High School in Rossett are taking four planned days of strike action
Members of the NASUWT will be taking part in a major march and rally today (Saturday) organised by public sector trade unions in Guernsey in protest at proposed detrimental changes to public sector pension schemes and the refusal of the States to seek a negotiated settlement.
“It is completely unacceptable for the SEB to expect teachers and other public sector workers to bear the brunt of the States’ austerity measures."
Ministers and employers have to take seriously and address the issues of real concern that are damaging the health and welfare of the teaching workforce.
NASUWT comments on the Liberal Democrats' statement that they would seek to ensure public sector pay rises at least in line with inflation in 2016 and 17.
Members of the NASUWT will hold the first of six days of strike action starting tomorrow (Thursday) at St Jude’s Catholic Primary School in Worsley Mesnes.
The NASUWT has congratulated Ahmed Jassam Salih Al-Shiblawi of the Iraqi Teachers Union (ITU) who has been announced as the winner of Education International’s Mary Hatwood Futrell Human and Trade Union Rights Award.
NASUWT comments on the launch of the Labour Party's education manifesto
Discrimination against older teachers in schools has become an increasingly serious problem, representatives at the Annual Conference of the NASUWT have argued.
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