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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

Technical and creative subjects suffering in majority of schools

Published: 24 May 2017

The accountability pressures of the EBacc have had negative impact on vocational, technical and creative education in a majority of schools, new research has confirmed

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Fall in number of school nurses as student population increases

Published: 24 May 2017

There has been a 16 per cent drop in the number of school nurses since 2010, despite a 450,000 increase in pupil numbers over the same period.

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Just missing out on grammar school hits university hopes, study suggests

Published: 24 May 2017

High-performing students in selective areas who just miss out on attending a grammar school are less likely to go to university than similar students in non-selective areas – and more likely to drop out if they do.

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Co-authors of School Food Plan speak out against Tory free school meal policy

Published: 24 May 2017

The co-authors of the School Food Plan have called on the Conservative Party to drop its manifesto plan to end universal free school meals for the youngest school children.

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