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  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 206) News iconIssue includes: Schools do a great deal for mobility but need support; NAHT welcomes support for community languages; Evidence suggests government needs a more balanced academies approach, says NAHT; Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) securing value for schools; Connected healthcare: new product launched by NAHT partner CS Healthcare. 28 July 2015
  • Secondary Links, the bulletin for NAHT's secondary members (issue 10) News iconIncludes: Alternative GCSE tables to be launched this autumn; Russell Hobby's response to Wilshaw criticism of secondary heads; Resources for citizenship teaching; Ofqual consultation on design and technology GCSEs; news of the English Baccalaureate; Government review of assessment for pupils with lower attainment; Round-up of the blogs incldung Russell Hobby's end of term report; and news of NAHT events and courses for the secondary phase of education 22 July 2015
  • Special links, for members working in special education issue one News iconIncludes: DfE publishes report on high needs funding; Clarity sought on different inspection arrangements for special schools; Government to review assessment of pupils with lower attainment; Blog by Dr Rona Tutt; News of the draft Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal Bill for Wales; Nicky Morgan's respect for special education sector; Automated external defibrillators for schools; Guidance on risk, restraint and restriction; News of NAHT's SEND conference 2016; and NAHT courses available in spe 16 July 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 205) News iconIncludes: Ofsted report confirms high quality of education in the sector, NAHT response to Sir Michael Wilshaw's comments about secondary heads, Education Endowment Foundation research underlines the need for statutory PSHE in schools, Cuts to welfare and public services raise barriers to education, NAHT Cymru: 'Successful Futures' means profession can take the lead. 14 July 2015
  • SBM Links - edition four News iconIssure includes: Calling all SBMs to give their views on the developing professional standards, NCTL SBM qualifications, Committee updated on funding issues, Universal infant free school meals - what's been the impact in your school?, A reminder on taking forward NAHT's SBM pay principles. 07 July 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's news summary for our members (issue 204) News iconIncludes: NAHT comments on the government's coasting schools announcement, NAHT comment on child poverty figures, Guardian highlights NAHT Instead peer review inspection process, Children's joke competition returns to Westminster, NAHT in the news. 30 June 2015
  • Secondary Links, the bulletin for NAHT's secondary members (issue 9) News iconIncludes: News on EBacc; GCSE new threshold; Ofsted's new framework; a new portal for submitting course information for 16 to 19-year-olds; new national reference tests; forced academisation; GCSE reforms for English language; what governing bodies and schools leaders should expect from each other; the Champions of Change initiative; advice on disclosure and barring; and updates on NAHT training and CPD. 26 June 2015
  • Leadership Links - NAHT's newsletter for all our members, issue 203 News iconIncluding: NAHT welcomes change of tone on Ofsted new framework; NAHT response to proposals to make Ebacc compulsory; GCSE pass mark to be raised; Ofqual's new reference tests; Calls for fitness tests for pupils; NAHT's Alan Mottershead speaks out against forced academisation; GCSE reform regulations for English language; UCL report on how children from low income families are less likely to be judged as above average; NAHT's Jack Hatch receives OBE; Creative thinking improves children's science resluts; Wo 19 June 2015
  • Early Links, the bulletin for NAHT's members in EYFS - issue 1 News iconDoubling of free childcare entitlement; advice on submitting data for early years foundation stage profile returns; Barnardo's call for children centre funding protection; Expectations on LAs to integrate early education and health checks for two-year-olds; Study highlights risk factors in early years affecting long-term development; Welsh play-based foundation stage, Become a trustee for the College of Teaching, Apply for the Talented Leaders programme, Support for school budgeting; NAHT courses 11 June 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 202) News iconIncludes: NAHT says new Education Bill misses the main challenges of 2015; Submitting national curriculum teacher levels; Ofsted publishes data on boys' and girls' subject choices at A level; Be part of the future of teaching become a founding trustee of the College of Teaching. 04 June 2015
  • Secondary Links, the bulletin for NAHT's secondary members (issue 8) News iconIncludes: NAHT clarifies government position on intervention and 'coasting' schools, NAHT calls for new vision of education policy in wake of general election, Ofqual's investigation into GCSE maths sample assessment, Be part of the future of teaching: become a founding trustee of the College of Teaching, Ofsted publishes data on boys' and girls' subject choices at A level, 28 May 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for members (issue 201) News iconIssue includes: NAHT comment on UK general election result, British Library supplies learning resources on Magna Carta, Teachers and scientists - learning together, InDependent Diabetes Trust booklet, the Parents Passport for Schools, 2Simple launches Serial Mash writing competition. 21 May 2015
  • SBM Links, a bulletin for NAHT's school business managers, issue three News iconIncluding: NAHT SBMs speak out at annual conference; Taking forward SBM pay principles; What a Conservative government will mean for schools; news of the NAHT Aspire pilot; Our SBMs feature in TES on free school meals; Medics Month; information and advice and the latest from NAHT's annual conference 15 May 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 200) News iconIncludes: School leaders set the agenda for the next five years in education; Annual conference 2015 news and opinion; NAHT wins injunction to stop unlawful dismissal of head teacher; NAHT Aspire pilot puts schools on a clear path to improvement; NAHT launches 'Medics month' with the Medical School Council. 07 May 2015
  • Secondary Links, the bulletin for NAHT's secondary members (issue 7) News iconIncludes: Vacancies on NAHT's Secondary Committee; a national baccalaureate convention; Maths mastery; the future of community languages at GCSE and A level; NAHT comments on year seven test resits; post-16 performance tables; examiner recruitment; DBS checks; Inspiring Women campaign; alert on pay increases and more 30 April 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 199) News iconIncludes: Fair education debate unites political opponents in desire to close attainment gap; Offer day: Local planning over school places and admissions is essential; Would you like some free help with planning and organising a Primary Futures volunteer visit this term? Applications for the Teaching Leaders primary programme close soon 23 April 2015
  • Leadership Links NAHT's newsletter for our members (issue 198) News iconIncludes: Schools need support from other agencies to protect students from extremism, Russell Hobby: It's time to replace pupil progress with school improvement, NAHT (NI) President calls for school leaders to have greater budgetary autonomy to meet needs of vulnerable learners with challenging behaviour. 09 April 2015
  • Secondary Links, the bulletin for NAHT's secondary members (issue 6) News iconHighlights include: GCSE and A level reform, a guide for parents; Changes to CEIAG guidance; post-16 work experience; cost of school uniforms; NAHT's report on its submission to the Priority Schools Building Programme; a call for teachers to train as examiners; a chance to to win a wellbeing consultant for your school and more 02 April 2015
  • 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
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