NAHT Edge is a new type of union and professional association from NAHT for middle leaders in schools who want to take their careers to the next level
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
This is where you'll find help and advice to assist you with your work in the classroom
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Here you can access help and advice on school and people management
On these pages you'll find help and advice about your employment
NAHT Edge gives you the tools you need in your career, from keeping up to date with the latest developments to helping you achieve your ambitions for you and your school
NAHT Edge events give you the chance to hear from experts in the field
Find out how shadowing an NAHT member can help you
We aim to give you the confidence and ability to take control of your career needs
Get in touch with people that can help you achieve your best
We provide high quality training to members and non-members
You can read all about it here, whether that's the latest news or opinions or to access other resources covering the issues affecting our members and their schools
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The survey will not only help the police understand how to challenge misperceptions but also communicate with young people more effectively.
Overwhelmingly, teachers tell Stonewall they want to tackle bullying and discuss LGBT issues, but they lack the confidence, support or training to do so.
With clarity of expectations and a supportive approach to continuous improvement, you won't find yourself in a 'them and us' position with either your department colleagues or the senior leadership team.
It’s not often the government announces it’s going to be handing out a few grand to help fund your professional and career development, or that of colleagues, so here’s a rare bit of good news.
We as middle leaders need to take a moment to think about professional development in schools and consider whether staff might benefit from a master’s degree or another form of academic education
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