Guides and advice

Guides and advice

A guide to tax

Clear and concise guidance - presented in a question and answer format - on the tax position of education staff.
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The rights of fixed-term employees

Staff employed on fixed-term contracts have more employment rights than is often realised by employees and managers alike.
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ABC Guide

Our pocket guide for new members.
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Playing to learn

A guide to child-led play and its importance for thinking and learning, commissioned by ATL from Di Chilvers.
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Guide to mentoring

ATL's NQ members frequently report that the quality of the relationship they have with their mentor at the beginning of their career is key to the success and worth of their induction experience.
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Supporting education: the role of higher level teaching assistants

This publication brings together relevant national guidance on higher level teaching assistants (HLTAs) and real-life examples, offering a picture of HLTAs working with teachers to support high quality learning and teaching
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An intelligent look at emotional intelligence

As attitudes shift to a more human and humane view of what education should be about, Professor Guy Claxton provides a timely and thought-provoking critique of emotional intelligence and emotional literacy, issues which are gaining increasing currency and popularity.
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Right from the start: early years education, policy and practice

Written for anyone with an interest in early years education, this publication provides information about developments in early years services and sets out ATL's priorities for early years policy and practice
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Assessment literacy for wise decisions

The publication of this fourth edition could not occur at a more critical time.
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Induction

Induction is a complex process but this guide is designed to take you right through, from understanding induction and how it can work for you to what to expect from your local authority and your school