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Welcome to the Leeds NASUWT website

Scroll down or use the menu at the top to see what's happening in the NASUWT's Leeds Association.

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What to do if you need help

If you have already been referred to a local caseworker, please contact them first. If you're not sure how to reach them, you can email the leeds office at


If this is your first time contacting us about this issue you should contact the union's Member Support Advice Team at 03330 145550 or through the online form which you can find here


NASUWT has a comprehensive covid-19 hub

It contains advice and FAQs on covid-19 at work, along with pages on how to properly comply with covid-19 risk assessments, guidance on long covid and sickness absence, and statutory sick pay. It also has information on how to access the suppport that the union has made available such as the benevolent fund and the covid-19 campaign for supply teachers

Leeds NASUWT Newsletters

Leeds NASUWT puts out a local newsletter every month with relevant updates about local and national issues. The newsletter is emailed to all Leeds members. You can find the latest newsletters below.

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May 2023

In this newsletter: Ballot timetable announced, an update on supply teachers with regards to the ballot, Leeds Pride.

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June 2023

In this newsletter: Excessive working temperatures, Leeds Pride, Directed Time checklist

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July 2023

In this newsletter: NASUWT Time for a Limit campaign launch, The employment relations (flexible working) act 2023, Educate Against Islamaphobia, Leeds Pride.

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September 2023

In this newsletter: Violence and verbal abuse against teachers on the rise, Wellbeing tools for teachers, information about our next association general meeting.

Becoming a NASUWT school

Becoming your school's NASUWT representative can be a very fulfilling role. You are your school's members' first point of contact for any help they might need. You are entitled to time off work in order to receive training and professional development to help you with your role as NASUWT representative, and the Leeds Association will be on hand to assist as well.

If you'd like to become your school's NASUWT representative, please contact us at

About us

Contact us

The Leeds Association officers are

Secretary: Nick Tones

Treasurer: Debbie Mallinson

President: Celia Foote

Vice President: Kat Downs

Past President: Ted Pugh

Admin Assistant: Guy Hamenachem

Caseworkers: Amir Mohammed, Christine Knight, Tim Toepritz

Executive Committee: Steve Thompson, Elmin Edwards, Muhammad Khan, Charles Andrew Bennett, Simon Jones, Christine Knight, Amir Mohammed, Tim Toepritz, Kat Downs, Ella Hartley

Address: 241 Leeds Road, Rothwell, Leeds, LS26 0GR

Phone number: 0113 201 4281


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