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NAHT Edge is a teachers' trade union for aspirational leaders. We offer tailored support and services for middle leaders, online advice and resources, and full trade union protection to give you peace of mind. Discover the benefits of membership and what makes us different.

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To be eligible to join NAHT Edge, you need to be teacher with a leadership responsibility. For more details on eligibility click here


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If you have responsibility in a specific area of the curriculum or are simply interested in best practice, our guides can help. 


If you want to know about your employment rights and whether you're being treated fairly and consistently, you can find help and advice on matters which may concern you as an employee. 


If you line manage staff or have accountability for a specific area, you can access help and advice to assist you in making informed decisions when carrying out your role.


Latest news 

NAHT comment on summer schools

Paul Whiteman, general secretary of school leaders’ union NAHT, said: “Today’s data shows that a significant number of secondary schools have decided to run a summer school. However, it is important to remember that summer schools are only one part of the important recovery work schools are doing and they won’t be right for everybody. Leaders will have taken into account the unique needs and characteristics of their communities when making decisions around summer schools. We shouldn’t lose sight of the range of other important initiatives schools will be running to support pupils.

“Everyone in education understands that ‘recovery’ is a long-term project requiring concerted effort and investment. Schools stand ready to undertake this work. In order for it to be effective, the government needs to raise its game when it comes to funding, and provide a much fuller programme of investment over the coming years than we’ve seen so far.”

First published 29 July 2021