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Shakespeare Learning Zone

12 September 2018

The Royal Shakespeare Company has launched the Shakespeare Learning Zone, an in-depth online resource about Shakespeare’s plays aimed at young people aged 11 to 18.


Transport blow for rural school

12 September 2018

A rural secondary school in Northern Ireland has suffered a fresh blow after pupils had their free transport cancelled.


Swinney urged to ditch threats of legislation

12 September 2018

?Teaching unions and local authorities have urged John Swinney, the Scottish education secretary, to stop using the “big stick” of legislation to give schools more power.






STEM challenge launches

5 September 2018

The Land Rover 4x4 Schools Technology Challenge – a project-based STEM competition – is now open to all UK secondary schools to register their participation for the 2018/19 season.






‘Flawed policy’ excludes Shetland’s poorest

30 August 2018

Edinburgh University is wrong to stick to a postcode indicator of poverty that means young people from Shetland will miss out on clearing places, said Tavish Scott, MSP for the islands.


Tenth National Pupil Premium and Ofsted Conference

6 August 2018

Two keynote presentations and 17 workshops covering topics ranging from the vocabulary gap and classroom practice to looked after children and CPD are on offer for delegates at SecEd’s 10th National Pupil Premium and Ofsted Conference.?








TeenTech Awards

4 July 2018

The next generation of innovators have been recognised in this year’s TeenTech Awards – an annual initiative that challenges young people aged 11 to 19 to tackle key societal and environmental issues using the STEM disciplines.


Students reveal favourite poets

4 July 2018

?Using the works of modern poets with contemporary subject matter, studying shorter poems and poems with more accessible language could help to make poetry more accessible, young people have said.

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