In its report on best practice for safeguarding children in schools, Ofsted claims that just two per cent of schools it inspected were considered to have inadequate safeguarding procedures in place.
The upbeat, energetic conference heard from a range of key speakers and experts, and saw a diverse array of workshops attended by delegates. School staff left the conference re-energised, determined...
The government's response to the Education Select Committee's report into attracting, training and retaining the best teachers1 still lets slip the age-bias that colours too much of education policy...
NAHT has acknowledged the need for the Children's Commissioner's honest appraisal of the impact of exclusions but says schools need support to help challenging pupils early on.
NAHT says Nick Clegg's announcement of a scheme to get teenagers back to work will do little to mitigate widespread joblessness.
NAHT has welcomed Ofsted's intervention on claims of routine attempts to dupe school inspectors. Russell Hobby, general secretary of the NAHT, said: We agree with Ofsted's position on claims of...
The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) has welcomed a report which aims to drive up teaching quality but questions whether re-labelling so-called 'coasting' schools is the way to achieve it.
We all want the best for pupils, say school leaders, but attacking the profession that guides them won't help.
Another new framework for Ofsted; but it's how it's used that counts, say school leaders.
The NAHT has welcomed the government's acknowledgement of the good work being done in the nation's schools to protect young people from extremist influences.