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  • paternity389x267 Paternity leavePaternity leave is granted for the purposes of caring for a child or supporting the... 16/04/2018
  • Resuming your career interview.jpgAlthough it is not the norm for school leaders to face dismissal, it is nevertheless the case that NAHT members may at some point find themselves in this position. That's why we've put together this... 06 September 2016
  • Professional standards for school business management staff.jpgOur advice on the NASBM professional standards for school business management 01 September 2016
  • Workload Review Groups: recommendations and next steps for school leaders work - staff meeting.jpgThis guidance summarises the recommendations of each of the workload challenge groups for school leaders, provides some questions to support reflection on current practice and offers practical... 23 August 2016
  • School teachers' pay scale points 2015-16 pay.jpgThis joint-union document provides a useful structure for consultation and will have buy-in from teachers. 06 June 2016
  • FAQs about dedicated headship time work - staff meeting.jpgFAQs about dedicated headship time 03 June 2016
  • FAQs about head teachers pay money.jpgThis advice document relates to head teachers' pay as provided the Department for Education's School Teachers' Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) for 2016 03 June 2016
  • Career expectations for teachers work - staff meeting.jpgConfusion and ambiguity has been created by individuals, local authorities and private companies ascribing 'career expectations' to specific pay points. To help schools link pay progression to... 25 May 2016
  • Management time FAQs difficult conversation.jpgAn explanation of your rights to management time with advice and guidance on how to ensure you receive it. 17 May 2016
  • Upper pay range (UPR) pay progression pay.jpgThis advice document explains the facts relating to upper pay range (UPR) pay progression. 17 May 2016
  • Disciplinary Procedure difficult conversation.jpgThere will be occasions where the conduct of an employee is of an unacceptable nature or standard and in such cases there is the need for a formal disciplinary procedure through which the issues can... 21 January 2016
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