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13th National Pupil Premium Conference

19 March 2020

After almost nine years of the Pupil Premium, this SecEd event – taking place in September – will be looking back at the wealth of evidence that has now been published about how schools can best support their most disadvantaged pupils.


Search is on for young engineering innovators

9 March 2020

SecEd’s sister publication, The Engineer, the UK’s longest running magazine for engineers, has begun its annual search for the UK’s next generation of engineering innovators.


STEM Inspiration Awards

6 March 2020

The winners of last year’s STEM Inspiration Awards have recently enjoyed a visit to the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland as part of their prize.




Freerice

2 March 2020

Freerice is an educational trivia game, supported by the United Nations World Food Programme, whereby every correct answer generates money that goes towards WFP’s operations and mission to end hunger worldwide.


Keeping Children Safe Online

3 February 2020
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The online world brings many positives and possibilities, in the way children create, strengthen friendships and even in the way they learn. But it’s also full of risks – and it’s constantly changing.



Assessing EAL proficiency

18 November 2019

Schools must have a clear understanding of EAL pupils’ starting points and progress if they are to reach their full potential. The Bell Foundation offers a number of free tools to help. Katherine Solomon explains


How schools can best implement Curriculum-Led Financial Planning

11 November 2019
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Every school has budgeting challenges that they must navigate. Just a few of the many financial pressures currently troubling school budgets include rising teachers’ salaries, pay award increases, and the growing costs of SEN support.


Campaigning for their rights

10 November 2019

Unicef is offering schools free resources to empower young people to learn about their rights and campaign for change. Jess Bool explains



Longitude Explorer Prize

8 November 2019

The Longitude Explorer Prize, for the third year running, is open to secondary schools and youth groups across the UK, to enter teams of 11 to 16-year-olds with ideas for technology that will help improve the world around them.


Shakespeare re-imagined

6 November 2019

A set of teacher and student resources, including a series of digital art reproductions, has been published by the Royal Shakespeare Company in conjunction with Adobe.


My Twist on a Tale

11 October 2019

A new national writing competition – My Twist on a Tale – has been launched to celebrate a diverse and modern-day Britain.


Making a success of school gardens

11 October 2019

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is urging schools – even those with little green space in their grounds – to get gardening with its Campaign for School Gardening.


Widgit Online

10 October 2019
Sponsored

Supporting pupils with neuro-diverse learning styles in the mainstream classroom has never been easier with Widgit’s suite of resources and programs.


Fordingbridge Canopies

9 October 2019
Sponsored

Additional dining space, outside classrooms, covered social areas – with thousands of installations across the UK, our canopies and covered walkways provide a multitude of uses, helping educators to make the most of their space.


Towards a Creative Curriculum

8 October 2019
Sponsored

Towards a Creative Curriculum is a dynamic new conference from Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning and RSC Education designed to help teachers and arts professionals working in schools to develop a curriculum that successfully embeds the arts within the new Ofsted framework.


Change Starts With Us: Anti-Bullying Week 2019

10 September 2019

We have collective responsibility to reduce bullying and this year’s Anti-Bullying Week is encouraging us all to take this responsibility seriously. Olivia Foster explains

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