Pupils whose exams were cancelled due to the coronavirus epidemic will be given grades estimated by their teachers, the government has said. Read more here.
The education secretary says that “no child is unfairly penalised” by missing exams because of coronavirus school closures. Gavin Williamson announced that schools in the UK are to shut from Friday until further notice as a response to the ...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that schools in the UK will close by this Friday (20th March) to prevent the further spread of coronavirus. Read more here.
The Department for Education has launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows: Phone: 0800 046 8687 Email: ...
We are delighted to present to you our Annual Report for the 2018-2019. Please click here to view:
Girls are more than twice as likely as boys to pass a GCSE in a modern foreign language, a report suggests.
As a demonstration of our commitment to continuous improvement, NTA circulated its second Customer Satisfaction Survey to all registered schools and MATs in June 2019. We were very pleased both with the response rate and the level of satisfaction ...
To mark UNESCO’s World Teachers’ Day on Saturday, 5 October 2019 the Department for Education is encouraging teachers and leaders across the country to share their stories about ...
We are pleased to present to you our Annual Report for the 2017-2018. Please click on the link to view: NTA Annual Report 2017-2018 pdf
Trust is the new digital journal for Executive and Governance Leaders. It is produced collaboratively by CST (The Confederation of School Trusts) and its subsidiary NTA (National Teacher Accreditation). It will be published twice termly and is ...