DfE commissions study into the working lives of teachers and leaders
30 Mar 2022
Support lacking for neurodiverse pupils and staff
9 Feb 2022
Justice for member injured in classroom fall
3 Feb 2022
Redress secured after career ending assault
3 Feb 2022
Action needed to protect UK schools from Omicron
1 Jan 2022
Compensation victory for marking error
3 Nov 2021
End sexual harassment in schools for pupils and staff
22 Oct 2021
Call to end shameful fire and rehire of teachers
28 Sep 2021
Unions will secure racial justice, dignity and respect at work
16 Sep 2021
NASUWT secures redress for asthmatic teacher
12 Aug 2021
Welsh members thanked for their "incredible commitment" to the NASUWT
21 Jun 2021
Long Covid Campaign Launched
18 Jun 2021
Protecting TPS through a strong show of unity
8 Feb 2021
Valued Worker Scheme can have a "massive impact"
6 Jul 2020
Teachers know stark reality of cost of living crisis
17 May 2022
There can be no doubt that families the length and breadth of the country are facing a profound cost of living crisis.
Calling time on social media abuse of teachers
15 Nov 2021
Social media companies are evading responsibility by failing to implement sufficient measures to prevent the online abuse of teachers on their platforms.
Co-op Academies Trust failing to live up to co-operative values
2 Nov 2021
The Co-op is rightly proud of being owned by its members, but it must put the needs of its own teachers and students back at the heart of its work.
Leading the fight for racial justice
1 Oct 2021
"In our online survey for the NASUWT’s Big Conversation on Racial Justice, stark and disturbing evidence has emerged to which we are asking Government and employers to respond," states the NASUWT's General Secretary Dr Patrick Roach.
Overhauling ITT will not fix teacher supply
18 Aug 2021
Plans to overhaul the current model of initial teacher education could be an opportunity to grow the profession, or could have disastrous consequences for the for the status of teachers and the future of the profession, NASUWT's General Secretary Dr Patrick Roach argues.
Pay freeze will hamper education recovery
4 Aug 2021
Ministers are failing to invest in retaining those teachers who will be key to supporting the recovery that children and young people deserve, the NASUWT's General Secretary argues.
Government's "catch-up" announcement leaves teachers and pupils behind
8 Jun 2021
"It is time the Government’s plans matched our teachers’ formidable efforts" - Dr Patrick Roach raises his concerns about England's education recovery plan
Asbestos in schools - what are the risks and what are your legal rights?
10 Nov 2020
Louise Larkin, asbestos expert at Thompsons Solicitors, discusses the risk of asbestos in schools and your rights if you think you’ve been exposed to the deadly substance.
Redundancy advice – understanding your legal rights
19 Oct 2020
Jo Seery, Thompsons Solicitors’ employment rights specialist, looks at when a genuine redundancy situation arises, duties on employers and the rights of employees.