National Weekend of Action

Thousands of you turned out for our National Weekend of Action on school cuts.

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Take action on workload

As a result of our campaign, the government and Ofsted have produced a video about some of the activity around marking, data collection and lesson planning that Ofsted don’t want to see, and that your head should not ask you for.

Watch our video response, read our press release and see our workload campaign page.

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Latest blogs

Four things your school can do this International Women’s Day

This International Women’s Day, let’s talk about sexism in schools - to ensure it is no longer just brushed under the carpet; to ensure it is no longer "just everywhere".

Baseline – the test that nobody wants

"Baseline tests will not only be unreliable and invalid, but threaten to do harm to young children’s education". Ken Jones takes a look at the problems with Baseline assessment.

We don't need a national times tables test

Learning the times tables is an important part of the primary school curriculum, but we don't need another new assessment at a huge cost to schools to 'prove' it, says Anne Heavey.