This update includes minor changes to make the complaints process clear.
Practical guidance on school trips including planning, risk assessments and transport.
A new statistical release from the Department for Education.
NAHT attended one of the regular meetings held by Pearson with the teacher and provider associations.
An initial version of the replacement to RAISEonline, DfE's new service - Analyse school performance (ASP) is now live.
NAHT Edge is working alongside members in campaigning for the government to take urgent action on school funding.
Share your views on the Rochford Review consultation.
Tell us your views on the proposals in the primary assessment consultation by 1 May
A summary of the options proposed in the primary assessment consultation.
NAHT has been campaigning for significant change to the assessment of writing at key stage 1 and key stage 2.
A brief summary of the key principles and recommendations from the Assessment Review Group report.
NAHT attended the regular meeting of the WJEC England Advisory Group at the end of March 2017 to discuss qualifications, assessment delivery and available resources.
Guidance on the main changes being made to GCSEs, AS and A levels.
Public Accounts Committee publishes ‘Financial Sustainability of Schools' report.
The consultation on primary assessment was finally published on 30 March 2017.
In 2017 and 2018, a combination of legacy and reformed GCSEs will count in performance tables.
The DfE are launching a new service, which will provide schools and other existing user groups with detailed performance analysis to support local school improvement.
The Standards and Testing Agency have produced a video providing some clarity on the teacher assessment of key stage 2 writing and addressing some misconceptions around moderation.
Ofqual requested feedback on the arrangements that were made for the test and its administration at the school on the day.
Key findings from the DfE's Teacher Workload survey and a poster and pamphlet on the dos and don'ts of reducing workload.
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