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Research round-up: January 2020

15 January 2020

SecEd's January research round-up includes managing risks related to knife crime, social mobility in higher education and a link between anxiety and eating disorders in girls...



Scottish subject lottery is 'minimising potential'

15 January 2020

The Scottish government must urgently change its advice to schools so that all pupils can again sit eight exams in S4 rather than six, according to one of the leading figures behind curriculum reforms.







Statutory RSE & Health Education

25 November 2019

SecEd is hosting the third national Statutory RSE and Health Education event to help schools prepare for the delivery of these new curriculum subjects.









Early intervention services under threat

6 November 2019

Local authorities are diverting money away from early intervention services in order to cope with the demand for urgent child protection support. Pete Henshaw reports



Free schools: The debate continues

6 November 2019

Secondary free schools seem to be performing well, but remain less likely to be set-up in areas with historic low attainment. Chris Parr looks at the findings of recent research


Research round-up: November 2019

6 November 2019

SecEd's research round-up for November 2019 includes studies into the impact that guest speakers can have in schools and for careers education, the impact of exercise on pupil performance, and the impact that body image anxiety is having on young girls.



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