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  • RT @TheirFutureUK: Great responses but we need more! An education without SATS and Ofsted would look like . . . http://t.co/4G7tPU4VIO
  • RT @AntonyPowerMM: @educationgovuk will shortly extend the cut off date for the Primary Academy Chains Grant beyond 31st July @NPH_UK could…
  • RT @pbearneITV: If u missed part 2 of our "Head's Tales" series on @ITVCentral last night, catch up at http://t.co/nqK20gp53j #headstales …
  • The Ofsted paradox: Why everyone now expects the Spanish Inquisition - thanks to Tom Bennett - TES Community http://t.co/zpUHesBl3i
  • Nicky Morgan: time to read and reflect, consolidate and build consensus http://t.co/fAgNPpDcal via @IOE_London

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July 16th, 2014

The letter sent to school Children from Barrowford Primary (near Burnley) after receiving their Key Stage 2 (SATs) results has evidently struck a popular chord. Consequently, since it’s gone viral…

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Children and conservation

August 18th, 2014

Dusk until Dawn. by Martin Bradley Every once in a while we come across someone who’s not a professional teacher but is passionate about sharing their experiences with children. Martin…

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Re-thinking Leadership for Optimal Effectiveness

September 23rd, 2014

Re-thinking Leadership for Optimal Effectiveness conference Oxford, 23rd September Discounted places area available to NPH members please contact jamesmason@imaginativeminds.co.uk and mention Pete Mounstephen or Anne O'Hara. Hear from the UK's leading experts who are shaping national expectations of excellence in leadership: Re-thinking Leadership for Optimal Effectiveness This…

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NPH links Primary Headteachers throughout England with the aim of improving Primary Education. It was formed once Heads from across the country met at the House of Commons as they waited to give evidence to the Education Select Committee on the disparity in funding between Primary and Secondary Schools. Its members are either individuals or, increasingly, those who belong to a similar group at LEA or regional level.

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