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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

School leaders say £2bn more a year is needed to off-set real-terms cuts

Published: 20 September 2017

The school funding arguments continued this week after the DfE unveiled its new-look National Funding Formula which included a real-terms per-pupil cash pledge. Pete Henshaw reports

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'Savage’ NAO report spells out retention problems

Published: 20 September 2017

The teacher retention crisis is biting for secondary schools with more teachers quitting and one in 10 vacancies going unfilled. The National Audit Office is calling for action on workload and teacher support. Pete Henshaw reports

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A third of teachers say they regularly feel stressed by life at the chalkface

Published: 20 September 2017

Almost a third of teachers say that the job makes them feel stressed most or all of the time, while three-quarters of the profession report psychological or physical symptoms that they attribute to their work.

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A quarter of schools are snubbing RE duty

Published: 20 September 2017

One in four secondary schools are struggling to meet their legal obligation to teach older pupils about major religions and systems of belief, it has been claimed.

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