Three very different organisations, one common purpose â€“ excellence in education
The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) is the only professional association and trade union in Britain to speak exclusively for school and college leaders, and represents more than 18,000 members. ASCL is representing their views and concerns at the highest levels of government through the organisation’s Council and its network of education specialists.
From 1 January 2016, CfBT became Education Development Trust. Education Development Trust is the evidence-based, education improvement charity, registered in the UK and operating globally. As a charity, all our resources are dedicated to realise children and young people’s full educational potential.
NAHT is an independent trade union and professional association representing 28,500 members in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Our members hold leadership positions in early years, primary, special and secondary schools within independent schools, sixth form and FE colleges, outdoor education centres, pupil referral units, social services establishments and other educational settings. When school leaders join NAHT they become part of a network of like-minded colleagues who want more for pupils and more for the profession they love. NAHT was established in 1897 to uphold professional standards, aid communication between members and further the cause of education as a whole, which remains the case today.