New from the Teacher Support Network, a new grassroots leadership campaign and a Magna Carta online resource are among the SecEd At a glance headlines for March 12, 2015.

The Teacher Support Network is to merge with its sister charities Recourse and Worklife Support. The new organisation will support all people working in schools, colleges and universities. The support will continue to include the 24/7 support line, telephone counselling, coaching, money management, grants, information and signposting. A new name and logo is to be unveiled in September.

Chief executive Julian Stanley said: “We will be the only charity in education to provide vital emotional and practical support for all education professionals who may be struggling with personal or work-related problems. By coming together and forming a new charity, we will make important efficiency savings so that we can continue to provide a full range of holistic support for individuals and whole organisations, including counselling and debt counselling, as well as grants.” Visit:

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