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  • Local planning over school places and admissions is essential image of 'no admission' sign on gateNAHT believes integrated, local planning of school places across maintained, academy and free schools is necessary. We need a local agency able to commission both new schools and new places in all of these sectors. 16/04/2015
  • Reading take 'the riskier route to excellence' child reading a magical book Today sees the publication of the latest report by the Read On. Get On. campaign 08/04/2015
  • Government response to concerns about Disqualification by Association Disqualification by associationIn February NAHT and the NUT wrote to the Secretary of State, outlining why the rules on disqualification by association, developed to protect children in childminders' homes, remain disproportionate for a school setting. 16/03/2015
  • Conference designed to stimulate and empower SEND conf 2015The NAHT 2015 special schools, specialist and alternative provision conference entitled, Leading the changes: engaging learners, takes place this Thursday and Friday in Kenilworth, Warwickshire. 11/03/2015
  • NAHT Edge helps profession wrest control of its destiny teaching class secondaryNAHT Edge, the union and professional association for middle leaders in schools, is running a national debate at the Education Innovation event in Manchester on 27 February, to discuss and share ways that teachers can support each other, making use of all the resources available to them. 24/02/2015
  • Workload Challenge report fails to address root causes working overtimeToday the government publishes its response to the Workload Challenge survey. Russell Hobby, NAHT general secretary said: "It is hard to respond positively to the government's proposals on workload while schools and school leaders are still feeling the bruises caused by this week's Conservative Party election announcements. That said, more than 40,000 teachers took the time to offer their views, so it is right that we give any response full consideration. The proposals set out today are modest but sensible. 06/02/2015
  • Safer internet day - 10 February 2015 child using computerDetails of how to register and of resources available to use on the day are available at www.saferinternet.org.uk. 22/12/2014
  • NAHT congratulates schools on delivering UIFSM News iconThe government's figures show that over a million and half school infant children are now able to eat a free school meal. 18/12/2014
  • Free time management course for middle leaders NAHT Edge logoAs leaders, you already know how important time and self-management become when you are leading others. Why not share the knowledge with your middle leader colleagues by guiding them towards a free course being offered by NAHT Edge? 10/12/2014
  • NAHT comment on Ofsted annual report Ofsted data analysis and magnifying glassToday's annual report from Ofsted claims a widening gap between the rate of improvement in secondary and primary schools. It is important to remember that the vast majority of secondary schools are doing fantastic work; there are parts of the country where every secondary school is good or better; and there are actually more outstanding secondaries than primaries. But what could explain different rates of progress between phases? 10/12/2014
  • Training for middle leader colleagues from NAHT Edge NAHT Edge logoIf you have a colleague in middle leadership who would like to receive some tailored career development training, direct them to the range of courses available from NAHT Edge. 08/12/2014
  • NAHT calls for separate Ofsted judgements magnifying glassesOfsted's 'Better inspection for all' consultation closes on 5 December. School leaders' union NAHT has provided a comprehensive response. 04/12/2014
  • Tell NAHT about your inspection experience man writing a reportNAHT is keen to find out more about your experiences of school inspection. If you have recently been inspected, please take a few minutes to complete this NAHT survey about your experience. 18/11/2014
  • NAHT makes the case for a Royal College of Teaching image of teacherRussell Hobby, general secretary of school leaders' union NAHT said: "The establishment of a Royal College of Teaching is a vision long held by NAHT. We welcome all political effort that brings the college closer to reality but it must be truly independent of politics to have any power or value. 10/11/2014
  • Half a million pupils join remembrance assembly online Pupil from Gareth Dacey's schoolAs the last of the 888,246 ceramic poppies - one for every life lost in the First World War - are planted in the Tower of London moat, more than half a million pupils will be looking forward to joining a national online school assembly live from the Tower on Monday 10 November. 06/11/2014
  • NAHT believes the time is right for Ofsted reform person holding a folder talking to school childrenToday the Local Government Association is calling for an independent review of Ofsted in order to restore trust and fairness in the inspection process 31/10/2014
  • NAHT comments on the 'State of the nation' report child on kerbRussell Hobby, general secretary of school leaders' union NAHT said: "Today's report by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission points to a failure by politicians to solve problems faced by children from disadvantage backgrounds." 20/10/2014
  • Primary Futures: national initiative children in business meetingToday sees the launch of Primary Futures, a nationwide initiative aimed at widening the horizons of primary school children. The project seeks to raise aspirations, to help children understand the link between the world of work and what they learn in school and boost their academic performance. 15/10/2014
  • Five years of support to encourage new leaders male female teachersNew research by NAHT, the union for school leaders shows that two thirds (65 per cent) of teachers who aspire to be head teachers would welcome a range of tailored and convenient support to achieve their goals. 29/09/2014
  • Pupils invited to join unique project to remember WW1 WW1 Why Remember project Stephen Watkins, Gareth Dacey and pupilsSchool children from across the UK headed for the Tower of London this week for the launch of a unique project to help keep the memory of the First World War alive for future generations. 18/09/2014
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