The time for action on workload is now, teachers say

23 April 2015

The time for complaining about workload is over – now is the time to do something about it. That was the message from union chiefs at the NASUWT annual conference earlier this month and delegates unanimously agreed.

Schools operating 'mocksteds' face strike threat

23 April 2015

Schools that operate so-called “mocksteds” or whose teachers face “excessive accountability” could face local strike action after a motion was passed unanimously by members of the National Union of Teachers.

General Election: The education battlelines

23 April 2015

With two weeks to go until polling day, all three major parties have unveiled their manifestos, all of which include a focus on secondary education. SecEd takes a look.

At a glance headlines: March 26, 2015

26 March 2015

Plans for Master's-level professional leadership courses, funding for governor recruitment support and a guide to A level reform are among SecEd's At a glance headlines for March 26, 2015.

Great Debate begins in Wales over new curriculum

26 March 2015

Wales education minister, Huw Lewis, is calling on teachers, pupils, parents and businesses to get involved in a “Great Debate” on the curriculum that will shape Wales’ future school system.

Materials to help identify and support SLCN pupils

26 March 2015

Problems with the poor identification of students with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) has led to the launch of a new range of tools to help school staff to support 11 to 18-year-olds.

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