SSAT membership is available to schools worldwide, in all phases of education. Membership gives every member of school staff access to all member benefits, from headteachers to data managers and all in between.
Our secondary members benefit from a relationship manager and much more…
Find out how we help connect primary schools across the country
Keep up to date with SEND news and share best practice in the network
Benefit from regional member group meetings with schools in Wales and more…
Increasing your global outlook within an international network of primary and secondary schools
New for 2016: The Framework for Exceptional Education – exclusive to member schools
The SSAT Teaching Schools Network is an automatic benefit of secondary, primary and special SSAT memberships.
The SSAT Academy Sponsors Network provides the opportunity for sponsors to learn from each other, to share their ideas, insights, solutions and successes.
Our range of continuous professional development to take you from strength to strength.
CPD training programmes and resources for all teachers for life-long learning.
Whether you are a current or aspiring leader, we have the training programmes to take you to the next level.
If you are responsible for performance or data in your school, then we have the programmes, accreditations and consultancy you need for success.
Activities, resources and CPD to deliver a personalised curriculum designed around your students and your school.
Including the SSAT Student Leadership Accreditation and Student Passports.
View all upcoming events and programmes in our calendar.
7 February 2017, London
How do we build high performing cultures in schools that help learners make progress and help teachers to be better, whilst maintaining the ‘happiness’ quotient amongst teachers and learners? Join us at the Lead Practitioner Conference 2017 to hear speakers discuss their perspective on school culture.
9 February 2017, London
"Getting the most out of the Pupil Premium" will provide secondary school leaders not only with the latest research findings on the most (and less) successful strategies but also with first-hand accounts from schools themselves of how they are making a real difference in raising the achievement of disadvantaged young people.
Turning schools into academies does not necessarily improve results; here are some approaches that work.
SSAT Head of policy Tom Middlehurst with four key questions for schools to consider between now and 2020.
Find out more about our principles and how they influence the support we provide.
Meet key members of staff, including heads of programmes and operational directors.
Find out where we've come from, and where we're going.
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