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The Amnesty Youth Awards 2014

3 October 2013

SecEd is a proud supporter of the Amnesty Youth Awards, which recognise and celebrate the passion that young people have for defending human rights. We introduce the 2014 awards which include categories for writing, photography, song-writing & more.


Doubt raised over use of ‘facilitating’ subjects

3 October 2013

Doubt has been cast over the claim that students must take three A levels in the so-called “facilitating subjects” in order to get into Russell Group universities. Research has also criticised the new facilitating subjects league table measures as 'danger







Call for a more creative curriculum

3 October 2013

Children and young people need a more creative curriculum with problem-solving and critical-thinking if they are to be prepared for the modern workplace, according to a study.



Confidence key to success, study finds

3 October 2013

Children who come top of the class at primary school are likely to do better than their peers at secondary school – not because they are smarter, but because they are more confident.


At a glance headlines: October 3, 2013

3 October 2013

New uniform guidance, Shakespeare resources, digital creativity, and a new foreign languages campaign are among the SecEd At a glance headlines for October 3, 2013.





‘The DfE policy on ICT is there is no policy on ICT’

26 September 2013

The DfE’s ‘schools know best’ policy on ICT, the role of Ofsted, and CPD were among the topics tackled at a recent Westminster Education Forum on the future of technology in schools. Bob Harrison was there.





At a glance headlines: September 26, 2013

26 September 2013

Key stage 2 results, support for deaf students applying to university, a global mass singalong event, and a key stage 3 descriptive writing challenge are among the SecEd At a glance headlines for September 26, 2013.


Warning over cyber-blackmailing trend

26 September 2013

At least 184 UK children have been a victim of online sexual blackmail in the past two years. The concerning trend has been revealed after an investigation by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre (CEOP), which says that children have been s



Languages get more protection

26 September 2013

Language courses at Scottish universities are to receive more protection from funders, in a move cautiously welcomed by campaigners.




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