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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

'Fragile’ computer science hit by CPD and recruitment woes

Published: 15 November 2017

A call has been made for a £60m CPD investment to boost teacher skills in computer science after a report reveals that more than half of schools do not offer computer science GCSE and that years of missed recruitment targets mean we have an under-supply of qualified teachers...

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Police warn of a rising number of sexting cases among young people

Published: 15 November 2017

Police in England and Wales are dealing with a rising number of sexting cases involving children

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Bullying: Young people admit to a fear of ‘being different’

Published: 15 November 2017

Children and young people are worried about appearing to be “different”, with many admitting that they would change aspects of themselves to avoid bullying.

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Research casts doubt on US observation approach

Published: 15 November 2017

Introducing more frequent and structured lesson observations makes no difference to pupils’ GCSE outcomes in English and maths, according to the latest research findings from the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF).

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