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NAHT Edge is a teachers' trade union for aspirational leaders. We offer tailored support and services for middle leaders, online advice and resources, and full trade union protection to give you peace of mind. Discover the benefits of membership and what makes us different.

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To be eligible to join NAHT Edge, you need to be teacher with a leadership responsibility. For more details on eligibility click here


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If you have responsibility in a specific area of the curriculum or are simply interested in best practice, our guides can help. 


If you want to know about your employment rights and whether you're being treated fairly and consistently, you can find help and advice on matters which may concern you as an employee. 


If you line manage staff or have accountability for a specific area, you can access help and advice to assist you in making informed decisions when carrying out your role.


Latest news 

NAHT comments on latest school attendance figures showing continued increase in Covid-related absence

Commenting on the latest school attendance figures, Nick Brook, deputy general secretary of school leaders’ union NAHT, said: “The attendance figures have made for grim reading for a number of weeks and point to how badly the government has lost control of the situation. Yet again we have seen a further increase this week in the number of pupils absent from school as a result of Covid-19. The government’s wider narrative around relaxation of safety measures appears to be at complete odds with the reality in schools right now.

“Furthermore, simply changing the rules around self-isolation is not a proper solution. The government must take urgent action to drive down case numbers amongst school-aged children and implement alternative safety measures in key areas such as ventilation. A policy of doing nothing and hoping for the best next term not only fails to address the problem, it risks making things worse.”

First published 13 July 2021