College of Teaching membership consultation

18 November 2015

School staff across the country are being asked to debate some key membership questions for the new College of Teaching, including whether access should be restricted to practising teachers only.

Pupils’ anti-bullying film hits big screen

18 November 2015

When pupils at a Bedfordshire school planned their script for an anti-bullying film they never imagined the finished product would be seen by cinema-goers across the country.

Battle of the Somme remembered

18 November 2015

One hundred years on, and the government-funded First World War Centenary Battlefield Tours programme has announced that it will be focusing on the Battle of the Somme during its commemorative trips in 2016.

Wales seeks views on SEN legislation

18 November 2015

Education chiefs in Wales are urging teachers to have their say on draft laws to change the way pupils with additional learning needs are supported.

Shakespeare streamed live into class

11 November 2015

Students will get the opportunity to watch Othello and the Merchant of Venice when the Royal Shakespeare Company streams its productions of the famous plays directly to schools next year.

Nobel prize-winner congratulates pupil for impressive design

11 November 2015

From STEM clubs and community science lectures to a family festival of science and a visit to the Paris opening ceremony of the International Year of Light, one Dorset school is full of ideas about how to engage its students in the study of science, technology, engineering and maths.

At a glance headlines: 12/11/2015

11 November 2015

A mentoring project for deaf students, support for young people thinking of running away from home, and using film to teach literacy are among the SecEd 'at a glance' headlines for Thursday, November 12

What is the key to the careers conundrum?

4 November 2015

Just how can schools deliver an effective careers education programme, offering real-life experiences for students and developing key employability skills? A debate earlier this term sought to answer this question. SecEd editor Pete Henshaw looks at some of the suggestions

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