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Towards a College of Teaching (February 2014)
The interests of subject associations have been represented on the Commission established by the Prince's Teaching Institute to investgate the possibility of a College of Teaching. Responses to a ...
Response to National Curriculum Draft Programmes of Study (August 2012)
A joint statement agreed by a group of academics, teacher’s unions, professional associations and children’s authors with expertise in primary education.
Response to National Curriculum consultation July 2013
To download a copy of the Council's response to the latest National Curriculum consultation (July 2013) click here.
Schools Direct submission July 2013
To download the CfSA's submission to the Education Select Committee's inquiry (July 2013) into Schools Direct please click here.
Response to ICT disapplication
Click here to download the Council's response.


The Council for Subject Associations

Welcome to the CfSA website

Do you know there is a subject association for you?

Would you like to:

  • be up to date in your subject?
  • be part of your subject community?
  • pursue your own learning?
  • have access to dedicated sources of information?

For more information about the subject association members and associate members of CfSA and the services they offer, please click on the Membership section.

If you would like to learn more about the Council for Subject Associations, or indeed subject associations in general please see About Us


The Council's AGM will be held on 28th April 2014 at CAN Mezzanine, , 49-51 East Road, Old Street, London N1 6AH, commencing at 1.00pm.


Featured Member

The English Association (EA)

The English Association (EA)

The aim of the English Association is to further knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of the English language and its literatures and to foster good practice in its teaching and learning at all levels.

It does this by working towards a fuller recognition of English as an essential element in education and in the community at large;

by encouraging the study of English language and literature;

by means of conferences, lectures and publications;

by fostering the discussion of methods of teaching English of all kinds;

and by responding to national issues.

The Association today is an international organisation with branches, Fellows and members in Britain and throughout the world. It is a registered charity (1124890) and in December 2006 was incorporated by Royal Charter.


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