Read a summary of some key points and our full response to the consultation.
Major education policy plans have been dropped, although fairer funding is featured in the Queen's Speech
Following an intitiative started by students, schools are uniting to fundraise for victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, this Friday 23 June
Analysis and press reports confirm that school budget cuts were key to the General Election 2017 result
Colm Davis, former vice president of NAHT has received an Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List
Ofqual has published provisional statistics on the number of entries for GCSEs, level 1 / 2 certificates, AS and A levels in England for the summer 2017 exam series.
Ofsted announces plans to increase the time in which a short inspection becomes a full inspection from 48 hours to anything up to 15 working days.
On 15 June, Ofqual published a report showing the provisional entries for GCSE, AS and A levels in England this summer.
On 15 June 2017 Ofqual wrote to all schools to update them on the summer exam series.
The annual NGA / TES survey on school governance opened on 12 June. It's open to all school governors, trustees and academy committee members.
Exploring how cross-curricular skill could be married up between subject leaders.
The phonics screening check is a poor use of staff time and reduces the amount of quality teaching time that other pupils in the class receive whilst not being tested. This is why it needs to be an optional component for schools.
Delay in scaled score conversion tables.
A spotlight on the latest research in education.
The British Heart Foundation is offering eligible secondary schools free CPR kits, to boost awareness of Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation and Public Access Defibrillator among secondary school pupils.
NAHT has joined with Healthy Food Guide magazine to encourage children to learn about healthy nutrition by entering our Create a Healthy Lunchbox Competition.
Workshops will be bringing to life all areas of science, mathematics, computer and engineering.
Interactive map shows what party pledges look like at local level
A new statistical release from the Department for Education.
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