Guidance paper October 2016
This guidance is relevant to all school leaders and staff in all schools and colleges and outlines the statutory duties in relation to safety and safeguarding, equalities, British values and the curriculum.
Guidance paper September 2016
This guidance paper is relevant to all staff in all schools and colleges. It offers information and guidance when considering the safeguarding of staff in their use of social networking sites (SNS), such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, both at school and personally.
Guidance paper December 2015
This guidance paper is for headteachers, principals, senior leaders and governors/trustees in maintained schools in England.
Guidance paper March 2015
This guidance is for senior leaders, governors and trustees who are considering growing their stand-alone academy trust or establishing a multi-academy trust (MAT) or federation. It is intended to be a general guide, not a comprehensive list covering every consideration.
Guidance paper August 2014
ASCL Pay and Conditions Specialist Sara Ford has produced a summary of the main changes to the STPCD since 2014
Advice September 2014
In line with the recommendations in the STRB’s 24th Report, the STPCD 14 has had a 1% uplift applied to the statutory minima and maxima of all pay ranges. However the document only includes discretionary reference points for the main pay range and leadership group pay range.
Guidance paper September 2015
This guidance is for senior leaders with responsibility for continuous professional development and learning (CPDL) for teachers, whether in a standalone school or group of schools such as a federation, multi-academy trust or teaching school alliance.
Advice September 2015
The DfE have now issued the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document 2015, and revised the non-statutory guidance ‘Implementing your School’s Approach to Pay’.
Guidance paper August 2015
ASCL is committed to a system of national pay and conditions. This guidance paper is intended to bring more consistency and equality to the process of assessing the level of responsibilities to inform decisions about setting pay for business leaders and business managers.
Guidance paper December 2014
This exploratory evaluation framework does not provide a complete or comprehensive framework that will ensure compliance with all general and specific duties set out in each of the legislative frameworks referred to in the guidance.
Guidance paper October 2015
This exploratory evaluation framework is relevant to all school leaders and staff in all schools and colleges and outlines the statutory duties in relation to safety and safeguarding, the Prevent duty, equalities, British values and the curriculum.
Advice May 2016
Last week, agreement was reached on the rates of pay applicable from 1 April 2016 to 1 April 2017 for business managers, business leaders and school and college support staff.
Guidance paper September 2015
Pay progression linked to performance for all pay progression has been in place for all teaching staff since September 2013.
Advice March 2016
ASCL has previously welcomed the government’s recognition of the problem of workload. All parts of the education system do indeed have a role to play in reducing the unnecessary tasks that take teachers and school leaders away from their core task: improving outcomes for children.
Policy paper June 2015
Teaching is a profession. As such, it is rooted in a body of knowledge and is evidence-informed.
Information paper March 2018
This paper is relevant to leaders in primary, secondary and tertiary schools and colleges, together with those involved in administering public examinations including GCSE, GCE AS and A levels, and primary tests.