NAHT Edge is a teachers' trade union for aspirational leaders. We offer tailored support and services for middle leaders, online advice and resources, and full trade union protection to give you peace of mind.
Whether you're uncertain about a situation in your school or you want reassurance that you're doing the right thing, our help and advice will support you in your role as a middle leader or with your own employment
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I believe the everyday operation of the classroom, and the teaching and learning happening within it can have a hugely positive (or negative) effect on the emotional and mental health of the pupils
The potential to use volunteers, when done in the right way, to support disadvantaged young people and give them access to wider educational interventions they might not otherwise afford is clearly huge
I really do believe all pupils should learn about the Holocaust, but I also think teaching it badly can do more harm than good
To attract a wide pool of the brightest and best applicants to the most challenging roles, job satisfaction at leadership level must be improved
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