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Press and Media contacts:

Steven George 
Head of Press and Media 
07970 907730

Rose Tremlett 
Senior Press Officer 
07545 354363

Email : press.office@naht.org.uk 

Latest press releases

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Recent coverage

BBC News: ‘E-petition prompts MPs to debate school funding’

BBC TV News – Andy Mellor interviewed

BBC Radio 5 Live – Andy Mellor interviewed

BBC 1 South East: Sunday Politics – NAHT mentioned

LBC – Anne Lyons interviewed

Wales 247: ‘“Welsh Schools At Crisis Point”, Say Education Unions’

TES: ‘Half of sixth forms cut language courses’

FE News: ‘New survey highlights damaging impact of funding cuts on sixth form students’

Independent: ‘Boy with autism left with no school to go to for 12 months’

Guardian (print): ‘Hinds refusing to meet heads over school cuts, parents are told’

BBC News: ‘Head teacher talks of cleaning loos amid funds shortfall’

Guardian: ‘School heads write to millions of parents over funding cuts’

TES: ‘Hinds shunned us over school funding concerns, say heads’

Schools Week: ‘More schools could be forced to cut teaching hours, union warns’

Morning Star: ‘Headteachers warn 3.5 million families of the school funding crisis’

Mirror (also in print): ‘Education Secretary Damian Hinds 'refused to meet teachers who are at breaking point'’

Express(also in print): ‘Schools in funding crisis, warns headteacher’

Observer (also in print): ‘‘This is the worst it has even been’: veteran teacher despairs over cuts’

Nursery World (also in print): ‘Baseline pilot go-ahead sparks outcry’

TES: ‘Reporter's take: can the latest Baseline assessment win over critics?’

SecEd: ‘When priorities clash...’

Mail Online: ‘Schoolchildren use Tik Tok in lessons: Dozens of online videos reveal pupils miming to music on live-steaming app branded a 'magnet for paedophiles'’

TES: ‘'Why proposals to inspect curriculum will be as subjective as GBBO'’ 

Schools Week: ‘More pupils miss out on first choice of secondary school’