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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

TES: ‘How can ministers say that schools waste money?’ – blog by James Bowen

TES: ‘Campaign launched to save maintained nursery schools’

Nursery World: ‘Nursery schools launch national fight for funding’

Morning Star: ‘Together for Education’

BBC: ‘England's schools 'worst for cyber-bullying'

Independent: ‘England one of worst countries for bullying among school pupils, global survey suggests

TES: ‘England's teacher intimidation among world's worst’

TES: ‘'My dad died, and my safety net was gone'’ – blog by James Bowen

Guardian: ‘Damian Hinds: home shapes a child's future more than school’

Sec Ed: ‘DfE sets out plans to support the one in 10 children classified as 'in need'

Ed Exec: ‘Social mobility and schools’

Press Association: ‘Fines are no deterrent for parents who take children out of school for cheaper holidays’

Guardian (also in print): ‘School forced to turn to Children in Need for pastoral care funding’

Mirror (also in print): ‘Cash-strapped school appealing to Children in Need to help disadvantaged pupils’

Yorkshire Post (print): ‘Northern issues must be taken seriously’

Education Journal (print): ‘130 extra children with special needs being supported by councils every day’

Guardian: ‘Children in need of speech and language therapy face postcode lottery’

Independent: ‘Vulnerable children risk missing out on speech and language therapy amid ‘postcode lottery’’

Education Journal (print): ‘Improving behaviour in schools’

Sky News – Paul Whiteman interviewed on anti-equality protests

ITV News – Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson interviewed on anti-equality protests

BBC TV Midlands – Sarah Hewitt-Clarkson interviewed on anti-equality protests

Free Radio Birmingham

TES (print): ‘The week in quotes’ – NAHT on protest ban

TES: ‘Gove: I will give clear backing to primary LGBT lessons’

TES: ‘LGBT protest teachers ‘at limit of what they can take’’

TES: ‘WATCH: Standing firm against 'horrific’ LGBT protests’

TES: ‘‘Coordinated campaigns’ against LGBT lessons multiply’

TES: ‘LGBT protests: Heads urge DfE to give stronger support’

TES: ‘Ban on LGBT protests at school gates remains in place’

Birmingham Live: ‘New exclusion zone imposed at Anderton Park School over LGBT protests - 'it's a glorious day' says head’

Birmingham Live: ‘Calls mount for Labour to suspend MP Roger Godsiff over Anderton Park School LGBT equality protests’

Attitude Magazine: ‘HEADTEACHERS' UNION CALLS FOR DFE TO SUPPORT PRIMARY SCHOOLS TEACHING LGBTQ RELATIONSHIPS’

Primary School Management (print): ‘Trouble at the top?’ – NAHT guidance on governing boards referenced

TES: ‘Analysis: How might Labour reform school inspection?’

BBC Bristol: B&NES protest picnic

BBC West Midlands Breakfast: Stoke & Staffs funding summit

BBC Stoke: Stoke & Staffs funding summit

Stoke on Trent Live: ‘'Enough is enough. Our children deserve better' – Schools say their budgets are at breaking point’

Stoke on Trent Sentinel (print): ‘‘We’re at breaking point and our children deserve better’’

City Talk FM Liverpool: St Helens funding crisis reported

Rock FM Preston: St Helens funding crisis reported

St Helens Star: ‘St Helens schools at 'breaking point', warns union secretary’

St Helens the Reporter: ‘St Helens schools at 'breaking point' says union official’

SecEd: ‘SEND funding in crisis: Parents demand action’

Schools Week: ‘New tech aims to beat schools’ ‘WhatsApp problem’’

TES: ‘The DfE must provide clarity on LGBT+ content’ – blog by Paul Whiteman

SecEd: ‘Equality: A fact, not a choice’ – blog by Paul Whiteman

BBC West Midlands: LGBT protests in news bulletin

BBC News: Midlands Live: ‘LGBT school row: Protesters gather away from school’

ITV News: ‘Education Secretary Damian Hinds says LGBT protests 'have to stop' outside Birmingham primary school’

Guardian: ‘Teaching children about LGBT issues is not brainwashing – it equips them for life’

TES: ‘LGBT school protests continue outside exclusion zone’

Birmingham Live: ‘The moment Esther McVey doubles down on why parents SHOULD take kids out of LGBT lessons’

Gay Star News: ‘Gay, British MP: Government must act to stop anti-LGBTI school protests’

Recruiting Times: ‘Careers lessons have a positive effect on students and increase GCSE grades’

Press Association (x120): ‘Personalised approaches can improve disruptive pupil behaviour – report’

The Times (in print): ‘Rowdy pupils improve with teacher’s hello’

Daily Mail (also in print): ‘Pupils less unruly ‘if teachers greet them at door’’

Yorkshire Post (in print): ‘Personal touch is way to better pupil behaviour’

i News (in print): ‘Greeting each pupil in class ‘can improve behaviour’

Independent: ‘School pupils will be less disruptive if teachers greet them individually at classroom door, report suggests’

TES: ‘Say 'hello' to tackle pupil misbehaviour’

Mirror: ‘Tories close 500 Sure Start centres - now experts show what it really means’

BBC 1 West Midlands – LGBT protest injunction

ITV 1 Central West – LGBT protest injunction

Press Association: ‘Protesters against LGBT teaching banned from gathering outside Birmingham school’

Evening Standard: ‘Birmingham City Council granted injunction to stop protests against LGBT lessons at primary school’

ITV: ‘Protesters against LGBT teaching banned from gathering outside Birmingham school’

Birmingham Live: ‘Council wins injunction banning mass protests at Anderton Park School - as campaigners say fight goes on’

Birmingham Live: ‘West Midlands Police release statement over protest ban at Anderton Park School’