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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

Be ‘bold and courageous’ with your curriculum, Ofsted urges

Published: 18 April 2018

Curriculum, exclusion and literacy – Ofsted outlines its priorities for the new framework in 2019 at SecEd’s Ninth Pupil Premium & Ofsted Conference. Pete Henshaw reports

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Why do some students shun school meals at lunchtimes?

Published: 18 April 2018

Young people would be more likely to eat school lunches if they saw the cafeteria as a place to socialise in and if they were consulted over the menu.

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Schools targeting older teachers for capability in a bid to avoid higher salary costs

Published: 18 April 2018

Experienced, older teachers are being put on capability measures and forced out of their jobs in favour of young teachers as cash-strapped schools try to save money, it has been claimed.

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Trade unions call for action on mental health – for pupils and staff

Published: 18 April 2018

This Easter saw the annual conferences of the three major teaching unions with mental health and wellbeing – of both pupils and staff – high on the agenda. Chris Parr and Dorothy Lepkowska report

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