Guidance on the Youth Mental Health First Aid programme and the training available to schools
Interactive map shows what party pledges look like at local level
A new statistical release from the Department for Education.
Share your views on the Rochford Review consultation.
The Natural Connections Project report sets out the evidence for outdoor learning and shows how schools and their staff can overcome challenges to outdoor learning, and embed it into their policy and practice.
On 27 January 2017 in central London, NAHT's highly-anticipated conference The Big Shout – Girls on the Autism Spectrum, takes place. The event is high profile because families, school leaders, health professionals and education journalists have recently woken up to the lack of understanding around girls on the Autistic Spectrum.
The Young People’s Mental Health Commission of the Education Policy Institute published a new report on 15 November, Time to Deliver, calling for a Prime Minister’s Challenge on children and young people’s mental health.
This detailed document will provide school leaders with the latest guidance on supporting pupils with medical conditions in 2016.
We have collaborated with Adoption UK to create advice on attachment issues and how to effectively manage these within school and the classroom.
One of the best things you can do if you are new to the post is to become a part of a local network of SENCos.
It is becoming more and more widely understood that there may well be as many girls and women with autism as there are boys and men, but their needs are not always being identified.
NAHT edge are supporting the charity with their campaign to ensure that every child with autism has a great experience at school
In this issue of your news round-up we look at the latest guidance on the special educational needs allowance, how the drive to create more apprenticeships has ‘diluted their quality’ and the primary to secondary transition.
Schools must have regard to their statutory duty and make arrangements to support pupils with medical conditions. This includes events taking place off-site as part of normal education activities.
A discussion paper, published by Research and Information on State Education, calls on government to keep the impact of recently introduced legislation on the education of children and young people with special educational needs and disability under continuous review.
In this issue we look at the latest guidance on talking to the media, refugee week and lessons in grit.
Family Action is staging free training seminars to help those wishing to develop their inclusion practices for children with special educational needs and disabilities.
What the changes mean for schools in relation to the Children and Families Act 2014 and the SEND Code of Practice 2014
It feels great to be told we are brilliant, and it makes us more successful.
As every teacher will tell you, the start of a new school year brings with it a tangible sense of new beginnings.
Newly appointed middle leaders could benefit from some tailored training in their new roles, according to a new research project.
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