Sharing good practice, NATE Conference 2011: Richard Eaton for NATE/BL
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NATE sponsor news: Eduqas specifications update and Conference invitation Friday March 20, 2015
NATE news February/March 2015: Prizes, performance tables, patriotism - and more Friday March 6, 2015
The big news this month is about our prize-winning Conference. Or to be more exact, about two of this year's prize winners who will be addressing Conference - and how you are bound to be a winner too if you attend. That's why this Februar...read more
NATE News December 2014: Happy Christmas - we've news and a present for you! Wednesday December 17, 2014
Happy Christmas from NATE! It's a very busy time of year, so we've kept NATE News short and to the point. We hope that whether you're concerned about primary assessment, have some research you'd like to share or want to get into ...read more
NATE partnership news from Eduqas: All English specifications now accredited Thursday December 4, 2014
We are delighted to announce that our full suite of GCE and GCSE English qualifications for 2015 has now been accredited by Ofqual.
There has already been a huge amount of interest in our reformed specifications from across the English te...read more
NATE News November 2014: performance descriptors, poets, a football pitch and more Saturday November 29, 2014
As the days grow shorter and we begin to long for end of term festivities, we hope that this issue of NATE News will brighten your day, enrich your teaching - and spur you to action.
The leadership at the DfE seems to be creating fewer headl...read more
Events and CPD Wednesday October 22, 2014
Up and Coming NATE Events
8 October to 29 November: Teaching GCSE English a one day Westminster Briefing course which will help you and your school teach the new English GCSEs, developed by NATE and delivered by NATE Director Paul Clayton or Vice-Chair Alison Smith in London, Mancheste...read more
Events and CPD Tuesday September 30, 2014
Up and Coming NATE Events
Saturday 11 October: The Teaching of Grammar in the new English Curriculum. This course aims to provide teachers with ideas for incorporating grammar in the teaching sequence from reading to writing by scrutinising the expectations in grammar for each year gr...read more
NATE News September 2014: Contested reading and other Autumn fruit Monday September 29, 2014
We hope the autumn term began well for you all. Although the change in Secretary of State for Education (for England only, of course) has for the moment slowed the number of policy announcements from the DfE, we have more than enough change to con...read more
NATE NW Event Sat 11th Oct 2014 Thursday September 18, 2014
NATE NW Events are pleased to announce the following Primary focussed event for 2014
The Teaching of Grammar in the New English Curriculum
This course aims to provide teachers with ideas for incorporating grammar in the teaching sequence from reading to writing b...read more
NATE News July/August 2014: A message from Michael, Conference highlights, book bargains and more Monday August 11, 2014
We do hope you're enjoying your summer holiday. While you're taking a break from marking, targets, Progress 8, tests and exam results we hope you'll find this issue has something to offer. We look back on one of our best-ever Conferenc...read more
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