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SecEd is the only publication dedicated exclusively to secondary education and is delivered free to every secondary school in the UK. Alongside our team of journalists, much of our content is written by practising teachers, leaders and educationalists, ensuring we remain relevant to the profession. SecEd prides itself on presenting the profession with a positive voice for teachers working throughout secondary education in the UK. SecEd is supported by weekly bulletins, its website and by a growing number of specialist conferences.

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Pete Henshaw
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sec ed articles

'Significant proportion' of SEN teaching is being delivered by TAs

Published: 05 July 2017

New classroom-based research has revealed that there is a heavy reliance on teaching assistants to deliver SEN provision in secondary schools, despite advice in the SEND Code of Practice.

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Sprinklers in schools: Unions call for answers

Published: 05 July 2017

Government guidance on fire safety in school buildings is being ignored in the “rush to build new schools as cheaply as possible”, it has been claimed.

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Sharp rise in secondary school rolls as teacher numbers fall

Published: 05 July 2017

The number of students in England’s state-funded secondary schools has risen by 29,670 in the last year.

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Wellbeing fears raised for UK’s ‘extreme internet users’

Published: 05 July 2017

More than a third of 15-year-olds in the UK are classed as “extreme internet users”, meaning they are online for more than six hours a day.

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