The latest educational research reports from the education sector.
NAHT is running a one-day Early Years Conference on 6 October 2017 in Birmingham
Advice on writing a personal statement.
Exploring video CPD: developing a supportive culture and establishing a solid programme.
Christophe Mullings, Head of Education at IRIS Connect, explores video CPD and practical strategies for getting started.
NAHT has been part of the working group on Examiner Capacity and Culture.
Ambition School Leadership's teaching leaders programme has been created to enhance and accelerate your professional development, improve pupil outcomes in the key areas of reading, writing and maths and close achievement gaps for disadvantaged children.
“This is a very exciting collaboration. I am delighted that we will be working closely with Focus Education to offer our members high quality CPD courses."
Newly appointed middle leaders could benefit from some tailored training in their new roles, according to a new research project.
In this issue of your news round-up, we look at the second part of our guidance on the exclusion of pupils, a free workshop to help you deliver the computing curriculum next year, what to do when LA moderators don’t keep to the Standards and Testing Agency’s guidelines, how you can get involved and show your support for youth social action, and a new education pack to help you teach about the human impact of the conflict in Syria for Refugee Week (20 to 26 June 2016).
If you feel daunted by the computing curriculum, book your primary school a free continuing professional development workshop by Barefoot Computing for its next INSET day.
In this issue of your news round-up we look at the latest guidance on equality legislation, a call for an end to ‘Cinderella service’ mental health provision for young people and how there are “no educational arguments” to change GCSE grading in Northern Ireland.
In this issue of your news round-up we look at the latest guidance on annual pay determinations and TLR payments, how more than half of 12-year-old girls believe STEM subjects are too hard, and the impact of watching TV on students’ academic performance.
The DfE’s Teachers’ Professional Development Expert Group is calling for evidence to feed into the creation of a new standard of teachers’ professional development.
In this issue we look at school teachers’ pay, helping students make connections between learning and their future, and exploring how to avoid a socially disengaged generation that’s dependent on technology.
This summer, primary school children from across England will have their work showcased at the National Gallery for its Take one picture exhibition.
The UCL Institute of Education is offering a new Master’s degree for professionals working in the field of external and internal evaluation, inspection, and improvement of schools and other educational institutions.
Whatever your needs might be – whether it’s preparing for a new challenge in the next academic year, or doing some learning for yourself while your students do their exams – our professional development courses this summer will help you achieve your goals.
In this issue we look at changes to parental leave guidance, a new tool to help schools become more engaged with research and the health of language teaching and learning in schools.
NAHT Edge members may be interested in attending a new NAHT course that explores the mental health issues affecting children and young people.
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.
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