Magazines and Journals

NATE’s three acclaimed periodicals are the leading subject-based national publications for English teachers and academics. The professional magazines, Teaching English and Primary Matters, are designed to be used individually and departmentally as essential CPD,  featuring a range of articles covering curriculum, pedagogy and assessment in English, with updates on events, developments and publications. The academic journal English in Education is an internationally respected journal which publishes research relevant to all involved in the teaching of English. Click on the front covers (right) to be taken to the specific magazine/journal page. You will be able to see the range of content and download samples to get a flavour of the publications.

If you would like to receive hard copies of future issues and access on-line copies of all previous issues, click here to join NATE. As a member, you will also have on-line access to the archive of Classroom and EnglishDramaMedia, the forerunners of our current publications, along with access to countless other resources invaluable to any teacher of English.

Newsletters

NATE News is NATE’s newsletter, essential reading for all English teachers wanting to keep up to date with the latest news, opportunities and developments in the English community, as well as what’s happening within the association and in partner organisations. There’s also a dedicated section celebrating student engagement and achievement. NATE News is a key companion for every English teacher – providing information and inspiration in equal measure – and is sent termly to all NATE members and mailing list subscribers.

NATENET is NATE’s newsletter exclusively for new and recently qualified English teachers, aiming to provide a mixture of general advice for managing your NQT year, as well as some subject specific. Organisational and class management guidance to help you on your way. As well as news, events and resources, NATENET includes Trainees’ Tales, in which teachers reflect on their early teaching careers.

Visit the NATE News and NATENET pages to find out more.