Sharing good practice, NATE Conference 2011: Richard Eaton for NATE/BL
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NATE News Extra April 2014: Conference early bird offer extended, storytelling and Shakespeare Wednesday April 2, 2014
A splash of red for the masthead indicates that this brings some late breaking news. In order to give you a little more time to take advantage of the Early Bird rate for NATE Conference, this special discount will now...read more
NATE News March 2014: Free Conference places, last chance for discounts - and lots more news Thursday March 27, 2014
Such a busy time for NATE! We're sorry that as a result this edition has been delayed. Not only has the latest (and possibly greatest) issue of Teaching English dropped though members' letterboxes, but our brand new...read more
NATE News January 2014: The Bard, the Boat Race, BETT and new books Monday January 20, 2014
A Happy New Year from NATE! How are your New Year resolutions? If you determined to freshen up your classroom practice as well as your physical fitness, NATE is here to help you! With all the talk about 'teacher MOTs...read more
NATE News November/December 2013: From PISA to poetry, phonics and France Tuesday December 10, 2013
This issue of NATE News has become a winter special thanks to an extremely busy few weeks for NATE. Read on to learn what NATE has to say about PISA, phonics and France. (I tried to get some alliteration in there, but the E...read more
NATE Conference 2014: deadline extended - still time to offer a workshop or seminar! Friday November 29, 2013
Fancy presenting a workshop, seminar or research paper?
NATE goes international: teachers hard at work during a course in France this month.
The worldwide popularity of our events means we're extending the ...read more
NATE News, October 2013: From grammar to global excellence Wednesday October 30, 2013
Enjoying the half-term break? Or already back in action, with your eye on the end of term? Whatever you're doing, we hope this month's NATE News has something for you. You can even have David Tennant answering quest...read more
NATE News, September 2013: Birthday presents - poetry, football and top quality CPD Saturday September 21, 2013
We had a great NATE party this month, which got the term off to a wonderful start. 1963 was, as Philip Larkin put it, Annus Mirabilis - and not just for 'the Beatles' first LP'. NATE is now 50 years old - but fe...read more
NATE NW is pleased to announce the following events for 2013-14: Wednesday September 11, 2013
NATE NW is pleased to announce the following events for 2013-14:
Saturday October 5th
Alison Smith and Amy Newsham will offer a range of tried and tested-in-the-classroom strategies and ideas for developing active, cri...read more
NATE News, August 2013: Poetry, podcasts - and speaking and listening Friday August 30, 2013
I do hope you've had a relaxing summer holiday. As the new term draws near, NATE News has plenty of events to consider for your diaries. With numerous changes on the horizon, as lifetime member Keith Davidson reminds us...read more
NATE News, July 2013: End of term report: Conference, curriculum consultations and changing the chairs Tuesday July 23, 2013
This month's NATE News is a kind of end-of-term report on our fabulous Conference, the ever-changing curriculum - and introduces the new Chair and Vice-Chair of NATE.
'Now am I in Arden'
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