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  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 197) News iconIncludes: NAHT and NAHT Edge say more substantial commitments on planning and notice are necessary, Pay review recommendations accepted by government as teaching unions express fears over recruitment, New association for network managers in education, New DfE advice on effective purchasing in schools, Best practice framework to help schools recognise early onset of mental health issues. 26 March 2015
  • SBM Links, a bulletin for NAHT's school business managers (issue two) News iconIncludes: Development of new professional standards for school business managers; Changes to SBM qualifications; Review of asbestod management in schools; Pay review recommendations; Report into state of repair of school buildings; Budget update; DfE advice on effective purchasing in schools; High needs funding framework review and more 20 March 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 196) News iconHighlights: NAHT says safeguarding proposals must guarantee that children will actually be safer, Second interim report published for NAHT Aspire pilot programme, NAHT believes volatility in the secondary sector is masking real progress, DfE factsheet for schools on SEND reforms, Does your school need fixing or rebuilding? 12 March 2015
  • Secondary Links, the bulletin for NAHT's secondary members (issue 5) News iconThis issue includes: Volatility in the secondary sector; Progress 8 update; Update on GCSE science practical assessment; AS level reform; Clarification on discounting claims for economics and business studies A levels; Guidance on female genital mutilation; The Prevent programme and limks to developing British values; Increase in teachers' pensions 2015 05 March 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 195) News iconHighlights: NAHT welcomes the Education Select Committee's report 'Life lessons: PSHE and SRE in schools', NAHT Edge helps teaching profession to 'wrest control' of its destiny, Tackle the challenges of the new curriculum at the Education Show 2015, DfE report on the condition of school estate, Family Action's last two free seminars on SEND inclusion end in March, Report and findings published following DfE workload challenge. 26 February 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 194) News iconHighlights: Workload Challenge fails to address root causes; NAHT welcomes £6 billion for school funding; Applications have been invited for Teaching Leaders primary phase middle leadership development programme; Quality framework for learning and teaching goes online; NAHT member's school features in television documentary; A day in the life of a school business manager, NAHT urges support for study on why teachers leave and return. 12 February 2015
  • Secondary Links, the bulletin for NAHT's secondary members (issue 4) News iconIncludes: Russell Hobby warns against narrow league table criteria; Russell Hobby's recent email to secondary members on exam upheaval; DfE issues timelines for schools; Summer schools and the pupil premium; NAHT seeks restoration of funding for careers education; NAHT and DfE look at value of international testing; National Voter Registration Day; Latest blog posts. 06 February 2015
  • SBM Links, a bulletin for NAHT's school business managers (issue one) News iconIncludes: Welcome to SBM Links; A guide to NAHT's SBM committee; NAHT takes action on SBM pay framework; Offer: Membership of NAHT and NASBM offered at special rate for SBMs; Changes to the school admissions code; Update on NAHT campaign on disqualification by association; Blog: It's only January and my desk is over-flowing; Revised standards for school food; Social media and online safety a brief guide. 02 February 2015
  • Secondary Links, the bulletin for NAHT's secondary members (issue 3) News iconIncludes: Withdrawal of subjects under GSCE and A level reforms; Core mathematics support programme guidance; DfE statement on post-16 accountability; Disqualification rules for secondary clubs and nurseries 02 February 2015
  • Secondary Links, the bulletin for NAHT's secondary members (issue two) News iconIncludes: Shadow data; A level reform; A level and AS re-sits; SEND reform; Careers advice; Rock Enrol can support citizenship; Maths update. 02 February 2015
  • Secondary Links, the bulletin for NAHT's secondary members (issue one) News iconIncludes: Welcome to Secondary Links; National Executive Secondary Committee; GCSE: concerns over new changes; Current consultations; Time to change; Alternative performance tables; Key stage two reform. 02 February 2015
  • Leadership Links - NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 193) News iconFeaturing: A report on Sir Michael Wilshaw's evidence on the contents of Ofsted's latest annual report, NAHT Cymru's call for Estyn to be a treasury of learning and leadership, DfE's updated timeline of key dates, NAHT's proposal for an executive heads network, NAHT's manifesto for education, an update on revenue funding for UIFSM, a report on the review of head teacher standards, NAHT's charter for the protection and education of children, Ofsted news, information on Safer Internet Day, NAHT's professional 29 January 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 192) News iconNAHT campaigning on disqualification by association; New year's honours 2015 congratulations; NAHT responds to LGA's call for government to fully fund all school places; New school and early years finance regulations come into force; Three weeks to Safer Internet Day; New school admissions code effective from January; New school exclusion guidance from DfE; Join the 100,000 teachers who have registered for 'My Pension Online'; Applications for DfE character awards and grants now open; New Home Office advi 15 January 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 191) News iconIncludes: End of year message from Russell Hobby; NAHT comment on Ofsted annual report; 'College of teaching' news is pivotal moment for profession, says NAHT; Schools respond to call to commemorate role of horses in war and peace; Charity offers opportunities to study overseas teaching methods; Safer internet day 10 February 2015. 18 December 2014
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 190) News iconInlcudes: NAHT comment on DfE guidance on promoting British values in schools; NAHT praises the success of early years providers shown in Ofsted statistics; Key stages one and two performance descriptors; Toy appeal aims to help children from struggling families have a happy Christmas; NAHT (NI) seeks views from head teachers with children experiencing behaviour difficulties. 04 December 2014
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 189) News iconIncludes: NAHT backs charity's online safety tips, NAHT welcomes the appointment of new children's commissioner, Government announces £22million extra pupil premium funding, Applications open for ICP convention 2015 bursary. 20 November 2014
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 188) News iconIncludes: NAHT welcomes Liberal Democrat calls for Educational Standards Agency; Building confidence after online bullying; Russell Hobby writes to the Secretary of State about SBM pay; Teaching assistant standards review - consultation launched; and more. 06 November 2014
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 187) News iconInlcudes: Managing the pay award and appeals processes a video guide for head teachers and senior leaders; NAHT comments on 'State of the nation' report; NAHT welcomes new focus on nursery education; Increased number of appeals to Ofqual; Nicky Morgan asks teachers for views on workload. 23 October 2014
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 186) News iconIncludes: Five years of focused support and training would encourage a new generation of teachers into headship 09 October 2014
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 185) News iconIncludes: Pupils invited to join unique project to remember First World War, NAHT comments on Tristram Hunt MP's conference speech on education, Can you help Radio Four with a quick survey on free school meals? 25 September 2014
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