A pay award that fails us all
As schools in England close for the summer break, the UK Government has announced the pay award for 2022. The Government has improved upon its proposal…
Visualise: Race & Inclusion in Art Education – Call for Evidence
An important call for evidence from the Runnymede Trust and Freelands Foundation:'In 2021 the Runnymede Trust and Freelands Foundation announced a ground-breaking…
Industrial Action threatened for Autumn 2022
On the 18 June, workers from across the UK gathered in London to support the We demand better: March and Rally, organised by the TUC.
Cornelia Parker, NSEAD patron, is awarded a CBE in the Queen's Platinum Jubilee birthday honours
Sharing her wonderful news on Instagram, last Friday 3 June, Cornelia posted: 'Not one to hide her light under a bushel. Cornelia Parker CBE..........'…
How have the Anti-racist Art Education Action Checklists impacted?
Every year we pledge to review our Anti-racist Art Education Action (ARAEA) checklists.
Capturing our Collections Competition winners and resource
The results are now published for the National Archives Art Competition: Capturing our Collections!
Opportunity for All?
Today the Government published the White paper ‘Opportunity for all – Strong schools with great teachers for your child’.
A new report shows art & design will not meet its ITT recruitment target in 2022
The NFER and Nuffield Foundation have published their annual initial teacher education report: 'Teacher Labour Market in England Annual Report 2022' which…
NSEAD response to the Inclusive Britain report
A new report 'Inclusive Britain: Government response to the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities' has been published.
NSEAD's Response to the Levelling Up White Paper
The Levelling Up White Paper sets out how the Government will spread opportunity more equally across the UK, but there are huge gaps in policy around…
Oak National Academy to Become Arm's Length Body to DfE
Oak National Academy has been chosen to become an independent government body, focused on supporting teachers.
War, conflict and learning communities
Recent global events have shown us how swiftly families and whole communities can be torn apart, and lives turned upside down through national and international…
We need your help with the APPG subject survey 2022
The APPG four-nation Art Education Survey is now launched. The survey, which closes in one month, will provide evidence of the impact that government…
Office for Students consultation on Higher Education indicators – will Arts courses be cut?
The Office for Students (OfS) is the regulator for Higher Education (HE) in England. On 20 Jan it launched three consultations on new policies which have…
New Exhibition - Althea McNish: Colour is Mine,
New Exhibition at The William Morris Gallery - Althea McNish: Colour is Mine, the first major retrospective of Althea McNish (1924 – 2020).
Technical Roles In HE And Thriving R&D Sector Revealed In National Report
A new report which has generated strategic insight into the role of technicians in academia, research and innovation reveals a bold vision to strengthen…
Obituary Michael R. (Mike) Yeomans (1934-2021)
Here, dr John Steers, NSEAD General Secretary (1982-2012), pays homage to one of NSEAD's longest serving members.
Ofsted Annual Report 2020/21
On 7 December HM Chief Inspector Amanda Spielman launched the Ofsted Annual Report 2020/21.