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Join us on 21 / 22 April 2018

We need to create a noise so loud that no one can ignore what’s happening to children's education.

On the National Weekend of Action, we'll be doing everything from leafleting our school gates and organising stalls to dropping banners and holding community meetings to make sure everyone knows what's happening to schools.

Pledge to take part, order resources and find out what's going on by visiting the NEU website.


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Ministers must act to help the 'invisible children' in our schools

April 2018 has been described as “the end of the beginning” for the SEND Code of Practice reform, in that (theoretically) all children with statements should now have transferred onto Education Health and Care Plans.


James Corrigan, from Chess in Schools and Communities, tells us why chess should be played in every school.

Delaying the award of qualified teacher status – a risk too far?

The consultation on strengthening QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) finishes today and while strengthening the profession is indeed vital against the current backdrop of teacher shortage, the devil has certainly been in the detail.

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