SecEd is dedicated to supporting secondary education professionals across the UK.
Launched in April 2003 by MA Education Limited, the independently owned specialist education publisher, part of the
Mark Allen Group , SecEd has developed a loyal readership across its print, digital and events platforms.
Our journalists and writers – many of whom are practising teachers and school leaders – report on a range of issues affecting secondary education, including the latest policy and legislation, educational research and pedagogy, best practice, the latest resources, and any other areas of interest to secondary professionals and practitioners. Our SecEd blogs also contain the latest comment, analysis and opinion from key educationalists, teachers, school leaders and the SecEd editorial team.
SecEd itself is delivered free of charge to UK secondary schools and is the UK's only weekly (during term-time) publication that is dedicated exclusively to secondary education. Alongside our team of journalists, much of our content is written by practising teachers, leaders and educationalists, ensuring we remain relevant to the profession.
The SecEd website features all of our content including best practice and blogs, as well as additional breaking news articles.
The regular SecEd ebulletins deliver the latest education news, best practice and blogs to your inbox free of charge. Everyone can register to receive these bulletins by clicking the 'Claim your free subscription' button above. This will also allow you to apply to receive your own copy of SecEd for free if you meet our terms of control.
SecEd prides itself on being a positive voice for teachers and school leaders working throughout secondary education across the UK.
SecEd has a number of sister magazines covering various areas of primary and secondary education. Selected titles are described below. For a full list of all the journals and magazines published by Mark Allen Group, visit our main
A magazine dedicated to the primary school leadership team which tackles a wide range of leadership issues, focusing on best practice, policy advice, inspection guidance and much more. The magazine also has a focus on resources and product information. It is a free magazine published six times a year and delivered to every UK primary school headteacher.
Visit Headteacher Update's website.
Primary Teacher Update
A monthly subscription magazine designed to help primary teachers and the wider teaching team to enhance their classroom skills, knowledge and understanding of teaching practices, methods and approaches. It provides the latest pedagogy and thinking from the classroom, alongside practical support and ideas.
Visit Primary Teacher Update's website.
British Journal of School Nursing
A clinical journal dedicated to school nurses and other professionals involved in the health and social care of the school aged population. The journal contains peer-reviewed articles, including clinical reviews and original research on child and adolescent health and wellbeing, as well as recommendations on professional issues and policy.
Visit the British Journal of School Nursing's