For 100 years, the NASUWT has been the voice of teachers, rising above the noise created by the torrent of ill-advised and ill-informed reforms that have swept across our great public education service.

All the ground-breaking victories achieved and the significant gains secured for teachers have been when the NASUWT has courageously stood alone for what is right, often against the prevailing views of the day.

The NASUWT’s proud and rich history of fighting for the rights of teachers have secured meaningful improvements to teachers’ pay, pensions, and conditions of service.

There have been many steps along the way and thousands of members working for the common good who have refused to be silent.

Our past is the firm foundation for our future and we are rightly proud of it. A history that should not be ignored. A rich heritage to be built on for the future.

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