The Executive Committee is elected every two years to run ATL and to develop every aspect of its policy, work and services. It acts on resolutions passes at the annual Conference and operates through a number of committees.
The Executive Committee comprises up to 53 members including six national officers, one of which is the AMiE president, and meets seven times a year in London.
Members of the Executive Committee are representative of their electoral constituencies and should report back to them as appropriate.
The Executive Committee operates through a number of advisory, operational and policy committees, which focus on different aspects of the overall work of ATL. These committees consider a wide range of important issues, from continuing professional development and conditions of service, to independent schools and special educational needs.
The committee structure provides many opportunities for members of ATL to participate in its activities and to contribute in areas where they have expertise. For more information, speak to your branch or view our page on ATL's member working groups and ATL's committee co-options.