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
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The NASUWT has marked 100 days to the General Election with the distribution of materials aimed at teachers, parents and the public emphasising the entitlements that our public education service should deliver for all children and young people.
"The NASUWT has made the point consistently that there is no evidence that structural change raises standards. There are outstanding academies, just as there are outstanding community and foundation schools."
Members of the NASUWT will continue with three planned days of strike action this week at Merrill Academy in Derby.
The NASUWT will proceed with three days of planned strike action at Harwich and Dovercourt High School in Harwich.
"The NASUWT has warned consistently that the issues highlighted by the Public Accounts Committee would be the inevitable result of Coalition Government policy."
NASUWT responds to the publication of the Carter review of the effectiveness of initial teacher training.
“The new standards for headteachers offer little remedy to the current challenges faced by schools and the teaching profession.”
"This Budget will have a profoundly devastating impact on educational provision that could damage the lives of children and young people for generations to come."
Chris Keates, General Secretary of the NASUWT was invited to be a UK commissioner by the Centre for American Progress, which convened a UK-US inquiry, co-chaired by US former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers and Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, to examine how to secure an economic recovery which benefits all, not just the few.
"The Government should take note of the clear message from this report that the most effective education systems are designed around students and learning, build teacher capacity and engage all learners."
Nearly half of young teachers say they have been discriminated against during their career because of their age, a conference organised by the NASUWT has heard.
Teachers at an Essex school are to begin the first of six days of strike action.
NASUWT memebrs at Merrill Academy in Derby are holding the first of six days of strike action.
School teachers’ pay in England and Wales is lagging behind other graduate professions, an NASUWT report reveals.
A survey of parents, carried out by independent polling company ComRes and commissioned by the NASUWT, shows that the majority of parents do not share Coalition Ministers' views on many key education policy issues.
NASUWT members in Guernsey have overwhelmingly rejected the States' proposed pension offer for teachers.
The scale of cuts proposed in the Draft Budget would have a profoundly devastating impact on educational provision in Northern Ireland.
A significant and across-the-board above-inflation pay increase is required to ensure all children and young people receive their entitlement to be taught by highly-skilled professionals.
NASUWT argues for a substantial above-inflation pay award for teachers in 2015/16.
The NASUWT writes to the Education Department in Guernsey to express its concerns over the stalling of plans to rebuild the La Mare de Carteret Schools.
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