NAHT reaction to Angela Rayner's Labour Party Conference Speech
With increasing pupil numbers, and real terms cuts, it is clear that the government must act on school funding
Government must also address CAMHS waiting times, and recommit to PSHE
NAHT reaction to the Queen's Speech and confirmation of key policy changes
Information on how to get involved in the five priorities campaign.
Education is still a key election battleground and we need to keep it that way
NAHT suggests five key priorities for the main political parties
Today parents find out which primary school their child has been allocated. Russell Hobby, general secretary of school leaders' union NAHT, comments
The government is fixated on expanding selection at 11, despite all the evidence.
As MPs debate social mobility, we welcome cross-party opposition to expanding selection