The NATT+ Executive Committee met for the final time on Monday 15th October. It was a meeting with mixed emotions, a time to reflect on the history and achievements of NATT+ but also the harsh reality of the demise of Traveller Education services nationally.
This year’s Gypsy, Roma, Traveller History Month competition has been judged!
After a difficult process, the judging panel (of 3 Roma and 2 non-Roma) are pleased to announce that the overall winner of this year’s competition is:
Tiffany who attends Hurst Green Primary School in Etchingham
The whole judging panel instantly …
See the winners and highly commended entries to 2018’s GRTHM competition.
NATT+ members can download available presentations from the Raising Standards and Ensuring Inclusion for Gypsy Roma and Traveller Children conference.
St Edmunds Nursey School and Children’s Centre presentation
Andy Shallice from the Roma Support Group. Exclusion report.
The Traveller Movement – Lessons to Address Bullying [Word].
The Traveller Movement – Lessons to …
The 2018 NATT+ Conference took place recently at the Aston Conference Centre. The event was an enjoyable, and informative success. Read some of the comments from delegates and add your own.