Today, Estyn, the schools' inspectorate for Wales publishes its annual report.
Joint union call for a 'blank sheet of paper' approach to inspection
School leaders in Wales urgently need more certainty about funding to safeguard standards in education, warns NAHT Cymru.
Confirmation that the government will define a grade 4 as a standard pass at GCSE is helpful
Two thirds of local authorities experiencing problems in recruiting head teachers
We look forward to working with the Welsh Government on developing ideas further
#NAHT2015 At school leaders' union NAHT's 2015 Conference in Liverpool delegates will debate motions which build on NAHT's Manifesto for Education putting children at the heart of the association's...
If we trust Donaldson's route-map, we can produce multi-skilled young people with the confidence, communication, flexibility and technical competence that rapidly-changing global markets need.
Though regulators are never popular, Welsh schools will again find sound common sense in the final report of the current Chief Inspector for Wales, Anne Keane.
Commenting on the Welsh Government's announcement of a new grading system for all state schools in Wales, NAHT Cymru Acting Director, Dr. Chris Howard welcomed the thinking behind the new proposals: ...