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Teachers' Unions  
bullet1.gif (148 bytes) ATL
The Association of Teachers and Lecturers
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The National Union of Teachers
bullet1.gif (148 bytes) PAT
Now called Voice
Voice is the union for education professionals, and we speak up for everyone, from teachers, lecturers and nursery nurses, to head teachers and school support staff, including teaching assistants, technicians and administrators and students* (*free membership). 
bullet1.gif (148 bytes) ASCL
The Association of School and College Leaders is "the professional association for leaders of secondary schools and colleges".
bullet1.gif (148 bytes) The Teacher Support Network
Teacher Support Network is the national charity offering practical and emotional support to teachers. Services include Teacher Support Line, the free, 24-hour information, support and counselling service. Although TSN is actually part of the NUT, its services are available to all teachers, regardless of their union affiliation (or lack of it).

bullet1.gif (148 bytes) Worklife Support
This looks interesting... It is part of Teacher Support Network from NUT. They explain: Worklife Support is working in education to assist employers to balance work and life issues for individual wellbeing and to improve school performance. Our innovative new models of support for schools and individuals are helping to create healthy schools, positive learning environments and education staff who feel appreciated and supported.
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bullet1.gif (148 bytes) European Schoolnet
Quote: "The objective of the European Schoolnet (EUN) is to promote the use of information and communications technology (ICT) among schools in Europe..."
A useful site to look at if you are considering building links with another European school.
bullet1.gif (148 bytes) NAACE Primary (Formerly MAPE - Micros in Primary Education) primary.gif (1033 bytes)
MAPE have been involved in the field of ICT in education almost since the beginning of time. Now part of NAACE members still receive useful termly magazine focused on particular issues, a regular newsletter and more. The MAPE Classroom Activities page is a useful source of  both online and downloadable activities (with teacher notes).
bullet1.gif (148 bytes) NAACE
Naace is the professional association for those who are concerned with advancing education through the appropriate use of information and communications technology.Their website is a mine of useful information for anyone who uses ICT in an educational setting.
bullet1.gif (148 bytes) NAPE - National Association of Primary Education
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