primary and middle
This NUT response emphasises the NUT’s opposition to the publication of school and college performance tables and the purposes to which they are put. The proposals offer little recognition to those learners who require the greatest support or to those schools and colleges seeking to encourage them towards such achievement.
Union Response to Government Proposal to require Schools to Teach one or more of seven languages at Key Stage
This is the response of the Union to the Government consultation on a proposal to require schools to teach one or more of seven languages at Key Stage 2.
The NUT’s response to the Education Committee Inquiry into the role of school governing bodies.
A Joint Statement in Response to the DfE's Consultation on Primary National Curriculum Draft Programmes of Study
This document is a joint response by the NUT, ATL, curriculum organisations, authors and academics to the Government proposals on the Primary National Curriculum Programmes of Study for English, Maths and Science.
This document provides an update for memebrs on the assessment and reporting arrangements for the Year One Phonics Screening Check which is being implemented for all year one children in June 2012.
This document provides a briefing for members on the Year one Phonics Screening Check which the Government is planning to roll out in June 2012.
The briefing provides advice and guidance for primary members on the workload and professional issues which may arise from the introduction of the Screening Check.
This document contains the NUT's response to the Government's proposals to introduce a statutory phonics screening check for all Year 1 pupils.
This guidance for members sets out answers to FAQs in relation to the primary curriculum changes under the coalition government.
The NUT submitted written evidence to The House Of Commons Science And Technology Committee in September 2009 on the Every Child a Reader and Making Good Progress initiatives.
This document formed part of the response to the QCA Consultation on the proposals to change the primary curriculum.
This document is the NUT’s written response to the independent Primary Review, undertaken by the University of Cambridge. It sets out NUT policy on all aspects of primary education, including curriculum and assessment; teaching and learning; staffing and organisation; and funding and governance. A separate summary document contains the NUT’s recommendations for future policy development.
This guidance for divisions sets out the possible implications for members in primary schools of the introduction of Modern Foreign Languages into the curriculum.
The briefing provides divisions with information and guidance on the Intensifying Support Programme. The ISP is a school improvement programme designed to raise standards and improve teaching and learning in the primary sector. The aim of the programme is to draw together existing good teaching and learning practice in schools.