SecEd Summer Edition (May 2021)

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:

The May 2021 edition of SecEd offers 48 pages of in-depth, research-based and expert best practice, advice and guidance relevant to secondary schools.

We have best practice articles covering topical issues such as exam grading in 2021 and the review of sexual harassment in schools to perennial issues such as attendance, curriculum design and pedagogy. The edition also includes research summaries, case studies, news analysis, comment and the latest resources.

In addition, it features our latest eight-page Best Practice Focus special report (pages 21-28), which considers strategic school leadership, taking a practical look at how schools can put their vision, values and staff collaboration at the heart of their long-term planning. The author, school principal Ben Solly, discusses his vision, values and priorities, how to create highly effective teams, and how this all links to impact and outcomes.


CLICK HERE: SecEd Digital Edition May 2021

Other edition highlights include articles on:

  • Sexual harassment and abuse in schools: How are you safeguarding students?
  • Exam grading 2021: Trends and challenges ahead for schools
  • Three starting points for tackling racism in schools
  • Teach like a champion: Implementing Lemov
  • How we can address emotionally based school refusal
  • Tips for developing your long-term strategic plan
  • Five steps to staff wellbeing
  • Making Every Lesson Count: Six pedagogical principles
  • Doorstep disadvantage: Addressing the consequences of poverty
  • Navigating the CPD marketplace
  • Curriculum impact – meeting Ofsted’s requirements
  • The 3Ms of effective remote provision
  • Leadership lessons from football management
  • What does the new Mental Health Lead role entail?

This edition published on May 19. For previous digital editions of SecEd, see our archive at www.sec-ed.co.uk/digital-editions/

All inquiries to editor Pete Henshaw, via pete.henshaw@markallengroup.com


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