ATL publications and resources
ATL publishes a wide range of useful publications - all completely free for ATL members.
As the education union, ATL knows the importance of providing authoritative, relevant and practical information to benefit our members both professionally and personally.
These downloadable advice sheets cover key topics such as cyberbullying, school closures and discipline - for a full list, visit our factsheets page.
ATL also produces a comprehensive series of documents giving information on your pension, which can be downloaded or ordered in hard copy. For details, visit our pensions section.
ATL is unrivalled in the range and quality of its free printed and downloadable guidance and advice. Choose from:
classroom practice publications which can help demonstrate learning through reading and evaluation in your performance management
employment advice publications on key areas such as bullying, violence and assaults, and maternity and flexible working
research publications which debate the major topics in education, for example the future of the national curriculum
student and NQ publications which provide key advice and information for student and NQ members embarking on a teaching career.
For a full list of publications available free to ATL members, download our publications catalogue.
AMiE have created a range of publications aimed at education leaders and managers, including the popular 'How to survive at the top' series. For details, see the AMiE website.
Newsletters and Report magazine
To keep members up to date with member news as well as what is going on in education, ATL regularly produces a number of periodicals:
a newsletter for reps - Being a rep
and ATL's award-winning Report magazine for all members.
ATL's ever popular academic diary can be ordered for only £3.50 including postage and packing
Posters and recruitment flyers
A wealth of recruitment materials is available online - including order forms for hard copies.
ATL's campaign posters are also available for use in your staffroom or on your college noticeboard.
Need further advice?
Your first point of contact is your ATL rep in your school or college. Your local ATL branch is also available to help with queries, or you can contact ATL's member advisors on tel: 020 7930 6441 or email us. Please have your membership number to hand when telephoning and include it with any correspondence - this will help us to answer your query more quickly.