From September 2015 all state maintained schools are expect to deliver the 2014 national curriculum to all key stages as part of their whole school curriculum. Academies, Free schools and independent schools remain free to develop their own curricula.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a trade agreement currently being negotiated between the EU and the USA.
Last autumn ATL members completed a survey and identify key issues of concern.
ATL advised members to not to use any of the new baseline assessment systems introduced in September 2016 and to instead use their pre-existing entry arrangements.
You can find loads of help and advice on managing your workload - including specific guidance to help you cope with things like marking and report-writing.
ATL, along with other unions have written a letter calling on the new Conservative government to protect all areas of education funding. Read the letter below.
ATL has joined the Bacc for the Future campaign which seeks substantial reform of the EBacc.
We want education policy making to be above politics and based on research into what works along with professional consensus.
ATL's manifesto was developed using your themes from our Shape Education campaign. It calls for an education system fit for the 21st century in order to give young people a stake in society.
ATL and AMiE members have created a vision for a world leading education system in Wales. Our manifesto, created through our Put Education First campaign is the voice of the education profession.