NATT+ are pleased to invite you to the our 2018 conference. Please ensure that forms and payment are submitted to NATT+ no later than 20th April 2018.
Raising Standards and Ensuring Inclusion for Gypsy Roma and Traveller Children
NATT+ are pleased to announce, and invite you to, our 2018 conference. As in previous years, the event will take place at the Aston Conference Centre in Birmingham. Unlike previous years however, the conference will take place in the summer …
Regarding decisions made at the NATT+ Executive emergency meeting on 11th December 2018. After a great deal of discussion and thought, the executive committee came to the unanimous decision that NATT+ will close as a professional organisation on 31st October 2018.
Roma Family Case Study, by Emma Ford, the headteacher of Clarendon Primary School, Salford.
Presentation by Hannah Issa, from the Abraham Moss Community School in North Manchester.
The Race Disparity Audit and Raising GRT educational outcomes DFE presentation.
The NATT+ AGM was on Monday, November 13th at Luther King House in Manchester. A well-attended meeting listened to presentations by Nicky Quigg, the community development officer in Oldham with Alex Andiu-Vasile an outreach worker. Emma Ford the headteacher from Clarendon Primary School in Salford gave a presentation on working effectively with Roma …