Launched in April 2003 by MA Education, the independently owned specialist education publisher, part of the Mark Allen Group, SecEd has developed a loyal readership in the 20 years it has been publishing.
Whether it be articles, podcasts, webinars or face-to-face events, we deliver best practice, practical, advice-driven, research-led and case study content aimed at the amazing school leaders, teaching and support staff working in secondary education.
We offer an open access website, weekly ebulletins, an award-winning & in-depth podcast, half-termly webinars, and regular best practice events.
SecEd prides itself on being a positive and constructive voice for teachers and school leaders working in secondary education across the UK.
Our writers – many of whom are practising teachers and school leaders – tackle a range of issues, including policy and legislation, educational research and pedagogy, classroom practice, leadership, inspection, CPD, pastoral care & safeguarding, edtech, curriculum delivery and so many more areas of interest to secondary professionals and practitioners.
SecEd Best Practice: In-depth articles, many written by practising school professionals, published every week during term-time. Our guiding principles dictate that all articles must be practical and offer useful advice, examples, ideas and guidance to schools.
SecEd Blogs: The latest comment, analysis and opinion from key educationalists, teachers, school leaders and the SecEd editorial team.
SecEd News: The latest news developments relevant to your practice and work in schools, but tackled from a best practice and in-depth viewpoint.
SecEd Bulletins: We deliver the latest education news, best practice, blogs and more to your inbox free of charge: www.sec-ed.co.uk/register
SecEd Podcast: Our hour-long episodes offers best practice, advice and ideas across a range of issues relevant to secondary school leaders, teachers and support staff. Each time, we chat to a panel of experts, many of whom are working in schools, offering practical advice to our colleagues across the country.
SecEd Webinar: We host six webinars a year similarly focused on best practice advice, tips and guidance for secondary schools and each featuring a panel of 5/6 experts working in and with schools across the UK.
SecEd Events: Our regular face-to-face conferences, including our annual Pupil Premium National Conference in March, continue to draw hundreds of professionals every year and offer practical and interactive workshops and keynote presentations.
SecEd’s sister magazine is dedicated to the primary school leadership team and 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, delivered to every UK primary school headteacher, with an open access website, monthly podcast, and free ebulletin updates.