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NAHT Edge

 

For middle leaders 

NAHT Edge is a category of NAHT membership spefically for middle 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.

Am I eligible? 

To be eligible to join NAHT Edge, you need have a leadership responsibility within an education setting. Roles that are eligible include ALENCO, SENCO, phase leaders and subject leaders. This is not an exhaustive list and if you would like further clarification please email joinus@naht.org.uk.

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If you would like to join NAHT Edge, or you’re a current member and would like to speak to someone on the phone, please give us a call on 0300 30 30 333, email us on info@naht.org.uk or click here

Help and advice

 

Classroom 

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

Employment

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. 

Management 

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: Queen's Speech 2022: NAHT responds to the announcement of a not in schools register

Paul Whiteman, General Secretary of school leaders’ union NAHT, said: “NAHT has long called for a register of children not in school, so this is a move we welcome.

“Without an officially maintained register, there is a potential risk of children becoming lost in the system. Our members have also raised concerns about children being moved across local authority boundaries, and it is vital that information can be shared to ensure that young people do not “slip through the net.” Having a national register, should ensure that information sharing can occur quickly and accurately, helping to better safeguard children and young people.  

“Previously there has been no legal obligation for a parent to provide any notification to a school about the withdrawal of a child to be home educated. Whilst it may only be a small sub-set of individuals who choose, for a variety of reasons, not to engage with the authority, from a safeguarding perspective, this may put a child at risk; with neither school nor local authority knowing for certain what has happened to that child.

First published 10 May 2022