Academy Today (AT) is a market-leading digital platform reporting on the latest news and opinion from the academy sector, including free schools, Multi-Academy Trusts and University Technical Colleges. AT delivers the latest news and insights from the sector to an opt-in subscriber database of 4,000+ key decision makers, which includes headteachers, school business managers, finance directors and IT managers. Academy Today reports on key sector topics, including government policy, teaching, and school life.
The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) is the first-choice trade union and professional association for all leaders. With over 19,000 members from primary, secondary and post-16 education we are proud to represent and support:
- Executive Headteachers
- MAT CEOs
- Deputy Heads
- Vice Principals
- Assistant Headteachers
- Business Managers/Leaders
- Finance Directors
- Senior leaders in trust central offices
- Leaders with strategic responsibility for data, curriculum, literacy etc across multiple schools
You do not have to be a member of the senior leadership team to join ASCL, if you have whole school or cross-trust strategic responsibility we would be delighted to welcome you as a member.
The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) brings together the existing responsibilities of the Education Funding Agency (EFA) and Skills Funding Agency (SFA), creating a single funding agency accountable for funding education and training for children, young people and adults. ESFA is an executive agency, sponsored by the Department for Education.
Education Technology (ET) is distributed in both print and digital format to an opt-in subscriber database of 10,000 + key ed tech decision makers across the education sector. ET covers the latest news and innovations in technology for the whole education sector (primary, secondary, FE and HE), delivering in-depth features on key tech trends, including cloud computing, coding, 3D printing and MOOCs. ET communicates to its audience via the monthly magazine, website and fortnightly e-newsletter, which has over 6,000 digital subscribers.
FASNA is the only ‘not for profit’ national membership network for all schools. Our aim is to promote and secure autonomy for schools and evidence its success. FASNA supports all MAT, SAT and school leaders. We provide our members with information, guidance, training and support and the opportunity to contribute to emerging policy and practice through our representation to Government and the DfE.
Kirri is the Google for Education MAT lead, previously a teacher of Business, Event Management and Hospitality at Warwickshire College, and will be speaking at the Schools & Academies Show. She worked alongside Google on various projects whilst still teaching, including Google Expeditions. Her time in the classroom sparked a passion for increasing the impact of technology in education and now directly supports MATs in their transition to the cloud and adopting new technologies to save money and improve outcomes.
The Association can trace its origins to local group meetings in the early 1990s. Bursars began to emerge in the state sector as a result of the new autonomy enjoyed by schools awarded grant-maintained status. In 1994, a meeting of like-minded bursars led to a resolution to promote national participation in an organisation dedicated to representing the profession.
In 1997, the National Bursars Association Ltd was formally incorporated in response to an increasing demand for a more formal representative body.
In 2008, the association commissioned a rebrand exercise and made a conscious move away from the term ‘bursar’ to reflect the broader responsibilities and complexity of school business management. The National Association of School Business Management (NASBM) was born.
The move to become the Institute of School Business Leadership, in 2017, is firmly rooted in this same key principle which saw the emergence of the organisation over 20 years ago.
We are a community of educators, technologists and policy makers who share a vision for the role of technology in advancing education. Our members include teachers, school leaders, advisors and consultants working within and across all phases of UK education.
As a professional association, we represent the voice of the UK education technology community in the schools sector at a national and international level, as well as supporting one another across the sector through conferences, courses and the dissemination of resources, research and reflection.
NAHT is the definitive voice of school leaders. Alongside our members, we work to create a better education system for both educationalists and students alike. We represent school leaders working within a number of different areas of the education sector, and our members include head teachers, deputy and assistant heads, school business leaders, special educational needs coordinators, virtual school heads and leaders of outdoor education centres.
NAHT is democratically run and supports its members through offering unparalleled protection and representation. We are committed to developing the profession through the excellent training opportunities we offer, and we use our highly-respected collective voice to influence the policy decisions of government.
nasen (National Association of Special Educational Needs) is a charity organisation who have been operating since 1992.
We support thousands of practitioners by providing relevant information, training and resources to enable staff to meet all pupils’ needs. Working with dedicated education professionals, nasen aims to ensure that practice for special and additional needs is both effective and current.
nasen is committed to providing an excellent range of professional development opportunities by offering the latest news and information, to support practitioners in identifying and meeting the needs of children and young people.
The National Governance Association is the national membership organisation for state-funded school governors and trustees in England.
We aim to represent school governors and trustees from all state funded schools in England; including those from LA maintained schools and academies.We are an independent charity that aims to improve the educational standards and well-being of children and young people through supporting and promoting outstanding governance in all state-funded schools, including academies and free schools. The NGA is not aligned to any political party; we work closely with, and lobby, government and the major educational bodies to ensure that the views of governors and trustees are fully represented in the national arena.