The National Association of Schoolmasters Union Women Teachers is the largest union representing teachers and headteachers throughout the UK.  The NASUWT is the only TUC – affiliated teachers’ union to represent teachers in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.  NASUWT is not linked to any political party.  Its aim is to serve the best interests of teachers no matter what party forms the Government at national or local level. The NASUWT headquarters is at Rednal, Birmingham and there are Centres in Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, London and all the English Regions.  
The NASUWT is opposed to unfair discrimination in employment and is committed to a comprehensive policy of equal opportunities.  The NASUWT aims to ensure that the recruitment, selection, training and promotion of staff is based solely on criteria of merit and ability, and that no job applicant or employee will receive less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, race, ethnic or national origin, marital status, domestic circumstances, age, sexuality, disability, trade union activity, political or religious beliefs.

The NASUWT offers a comprehensive induction programme to new staff during their probationary period & training and development opportunities throughout their career.

The NASUWT gives 30 days’ annual leave to all staff regardless of grade or length of service.  There is discretionary provision for up to 5 days’ paid carer leave. Flexible working arrangements are currently being reviewed with a view to improving them.  There is a salary sacrifice scheme in operation including child care vouchers.  There is a generous final salary pension scheme.

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