European Elections 2019
The extension of the process for securing a withdrawal agreement from the European Union means the UK will take part in EU elections on Thursday 23rd May - your chance to vote for your rights and a better future for workers and to say no to racism and fascism.
Experienced teachers play a vital role in the success of every school, inspiring, nurturing and providing stability for pupils, as well as their younger colleagues. However, they do not always get the support and recognition they deserve and tackling this age discrimination is a top priority for the NASUWT.
Scotland's Teachers Deserve a New Deal
Despite teachers’ hard work and dedication, there is a growing crisis in the teaching profession and unless government and employers face facts and accept this, then the entitlement of all children and young people to high-quality education is being placed in jeopardy.
NASUWT research indicates that one in five members has experienced sexual harassment in the workplace by a colleague, manager, parent or pupil since becoming a teacher.
The NASUWT Gender Equality Challenge
A set of Gender Equality Challenge Principles that supports and champions the NASUWT campaign for equality for women and girls.
Valued Worker Scheme
The Valued Worker Scheme is a cross-union initiative designed to recognise employers who treat their employees well and those who wish to treat their employees better. The Valued Worker Scheme page has information on the scheme, how it operates, and how employers can sign up to the scheme.
Refugee Welcome Schools
The NASUWT has joined forces with Citizens UK to promote Refugee Welcome Schools, an accreditation scheme to recognise schools that make a commitment to welcome refugees.
Act for Racial Justice
NASUWT is campaigning to secure equal opportunities for teachers and pupils from ethnic minority backgrounds.
Empowering Teachers, Empowering You
NASUWT has published action instructions on the issue of planning and self-evaluation. Talk to us today!