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  • Reform of GCSE grading - Ofqual consultation launched exam hall desksOfqual's long-awaited consultation was launched on 3 April and runs until 30 June 2014. 07/04/2014
  • Emphasis on pupil progress and more balanced testing assessment tick box listSchool leaders' union NAHT has commented on news that the government is to keep teacher assessment as a key measure of pupil progress. 28/03/2014
  • NAHT Manifesto Russell Hobby speaking at London conferenceOwning what is ours - a work in progress 12/03/2014
  • NAHT President joins Children's Food Trust for Q & A Bernadette Hunter croppedNAHT President,Bernadette Hunter joins newly appointed free school meals advisers the Children's Food Trust, for a live webchat this week. ( Wednesday 12 March) Bernadette will be answering questions about the implementation of Universal Free School Meals and hopes members will join in. 11/03/2014
  • Six months before free school meals image of school lunchAs primary schools are sent an email today (Thursday 06 March) from school's minister David Laws, six months before implementing Universal Infant Free School Meals, NAHT (National Association of Head Teachers) welcomes the details of the support being offered to head teachers to help them implement the initiative. 06/03/2014
  • Skills task force has good ideas says NAHT careers guidance teenagers with questionmarks School leaders' union NAHT (National Association of Head Teachers) said today it welcomed many aims of Labour's proposed skills task force but warned that schools operate within the opportunities provided by the wider economy. 03/03/2014
  • The 'hour of code' Hour of code video stillHow prepared are you for the new computing curriculum? 27/02/2014
  • Profession takes lead on assessment assessment tick box listSchool leaders' union NAHT has released the findings of its commission into school assessment today (Thursday 13 February). 13/02/2014
  • LSE research on performance pay progression for school teachers Graph showing performanceProfessor David Marsden, from the London School of Economics, is conducting a longitudinal study (over 4 years) into the introduction and effects of performance related pay progression in schools. The association is interested in this research and keen to help Professor Marsden as he begins this work. 17/01/2014
  • Are you ready for 2014? 2014 clockHuge changes are taking effect in 2014, making planning ahead more important than ever. 14/01/2014
  • NAHT Commission on Assessment assessment tick box listThe Commission on Assessment established by NAHT is now considering written evidence. In the following weeks it will be receiving oral evidence from a range of stakeholders and the final report will be published early in 2014. 16/10/2013
  • Commission launched to find ways to assess progress assessment graphs and chartsThe school leaders' union, NAHT, has announced the launch of a commission into assessment to help set clear, consistent guidelines on how pupil progress should be measured. 30/09/2013
  • Are you ready for changes to performance-related pay? money and a calculatorA reminder for members that they need to update their appraisal and pay policies to take account of the changes in teachers' pay with effect from 1 September 2013. 29/08/2013
  • GCSE standards maintained but system needs balance Students reading exam resultsCommenting on this year's GCSE results, Kathryn James, director of policy and campaigns at NAHT (National Association of Head Teachers), said: Congratulations to students and schools for on the whole maintaining standards amid a very difficult and uncertain background. 22/08/2013
  • A Level success reflects hard work despite uncertainty Students reading exam resultsThe school leaders' union NAHT has praised students for securing impressive A level grades amid continuing upheaval in the exam system. 15/08/2013
  • NAHT Commission to provide clarity and consistency for assessment children sitting an examinationNAHT is to set up a commission of practitioners to shape the future of assessment in a system without levels. 02/07/2013
  • NAHT comment on changes to primary assessment children sitting an assessmentResponding to Michael Gove's announcement yesterday (Thursday 13 June 2013) on the removal of levels in primary schools, Russell Hobby, general secretary of NAHT (National Association of Head Teachers) said: "If the government intends to free primary schools to select and use their own approaches to assessment, it brings with it a significant opportunity for the profession to find a better method of evaluating children's progress. 14/06/2013
  • Forced academies latest news Academy buildingWithin the past few weeks, the under secretary of state, Lord Nash, has written to a number of schools currently eligible for intervention and set out his intentions to issue Academy Orders under section 4(1)(b) of the Academies Act 2010 and to replace the governing body with an IEB. 30/05/2013
  • School Leaders TV: Leaders for Learners Conference audience A series of videos recorded by ITN for the NAHT 2013 annual conference 14/05/2013
  • Comment on STRB remit into school leaders' pay pay day in diaryCommenting on the Secretary of State's announcement today (Wednesday, April 17 2013) of the remit of the School Teachers' Review Body (STRB), which will examine school leaders' pay and the terms and conditions of teachers, Russell Hobby, general secretary of the NAHT (National Association of Head Teachers) said: We have long called for a new look at leadership pay. It seems we have got what we asked for - although much sooner than expected. It would have been good to draw breath from the last remit. 17/04/2013
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