Sharing good practice, NATE Conference 2011: Richard Eaton for NATE/BL
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NATE News, June 2013: Whatever next? Conference, of course - and lots more Tuesday June 11, 2013
Returning from the half-term break, with summer finally here, teachers may have imagined that the next few weeks could involve some reflective planning and preparation for next year. It was, of co...read more
NATE News, May 2013: Speaking, listening, reciting, reading: it's English in action Monday May 13, 2013
Hardly has the digital ink dried on responses to the proposals for the new National Curriculum when fresh controversy breaks out over the teaching (and more importantly, learning) of grammar...read more
NATE News, April 2013: Curriculum consultation, courses and resources Monday April 8, 2013
National Curriculum: your last chance to comment!
Consultation on the new proposals for the National Curriculum closes very soon. There has been much debate about these proposals, usefully surveyed by Warwick Ma...read more
NATE News, March 2013: Challenging times Friday March 8, 2013
View from the Chair
Simon Gibbons, NATE Chair, reflects on recent events
In recent weeks I've had the opportunity to speak at a number of events to give a 'NATE view' on the new National ...read more
NATE News, February 2013: Time for some assessment Tuesday February 12, 2013
Time for some assessment
We delayed this month's NATE News so that we could report on the flurry of news last week and carry first reactions from NATE. As well as the draft National Curriculum, there've ...read more
New National Curriculum documents Thursday February 7, 2013
Dear NATE member
More documents relating to a new National Curriculum were published an hour ago by the Department for Education.
These include a Programme of Study for Key Stage 4 English.
This PoS and other ...read more
Job vacancy: Director, NATE Thursday February 7, 2013
NATE is the largest voluntary subject association for those involved in the teaching of English. We have members across the primary, secondary and higher education sectors in the UK and connections with colleagues w...read more
An invitation: Take part in a fully-funded grammar project Monday January 28, 2013
Do you work in (or are you in contact with) a primary or junior school in London, Sheffield, West Birmingham or Bristol? If so, do you have two year 6 classes with high numbers of ...read more
English CPD in Cumbria - February 23rd - FAO Head of English Monday January 21, 2013
Saturday February 23rd
Want to bring back creativity and pupil autonomy to the study of poetry? Want ...read more
NATE e-news 20: Happy Christmas from NATE - presents to follow! Wednesday December 19, 2012
What shall I give English teachers this year?
New year: shiny new NATE website!
Share the fun at Conference 2013
In other news...
GCSE case reaches court
Major changes for teacher education
New year, new look and new newsletters
Courses on offer
Conference 2013: Summer in...read more
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