National Association of Head Teachers

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NAHT
NAHT logo.png
Full name National Association of Head Teachers
Founded 27 March 1897
Members 27,988[1]
Country United Kingdom
Key people Bernadette Hunter, president
Russell Hobby, general secretary
Office location West Sussex, UK
Website www.naht.org.uk

The NAHT (National Association of Head Teachers) is a trade union representing head teachers, deputy head teachers and assistant head teachers and other school and college leaders in the United Kingdom.

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