Report outlines the challenges of keeping children safe online.
News for Northern Ireland members covering the inspection process, complaints, redundancy, social media and disciplinary procedures.
NAHT (NI) President calls for school leaders to have greater budgetary autonomy to ensure the needs of vulnerable learners with challenging behaviour are met
The NAHT 2015 special schools, specialist and alternative provision conference entitled, Leading the changes: engaging learners, takes place this Thursday and Friday in Kenilworth, Warwickshire.
NAHT welcomes the UK's first Children's Mental Health Week (16-22 Feb), organised by Place2Be.
Russell Hobby, general secretary of NAHT said: Ofsted is contradicting itself. Reports from its routine inspections say behaviour is good or outstanding in 83 per cent of all schools. That's not yet...
Advice on preserving children's wellbeing is the focus of the latest leaflet to come from the partnership between school leaders' union NAHT and the charity Family Action
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.