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All Together: Free anti-bullying programme

2 June 2020

The All Together anti-bullying programme is free for schools in England and has just been extended until March 2021. Nicola Murray from the Anti-Bullying Alliance explains



Exam grading: EAL guidance published

20 May 2020

Two guidance documents have been published to help secondary school teachers involved in allocating exam grades to pupils with English as an additional language (EAL).




Zone In – National Literacy Trust

20 May 2020

The National Literacy Trust has launched Zone In – a free online platform for students aged 13 and over featuring subjects such as comedy writing and CV planning.





Using the BBC micro:bit classroom to deliver STEM lessons

11 May 2020

Some schools may struggle to find the time to deliver effective computer science lessons. Richard Fitzwarine-Smith explains how we can use the micro:bit device and micro:bit classroom tool to deliver these lessons in a variety of settings



Home education: Resources for schools, teachers and parents: Part 3

28 April 2020

This is the third edition of the SecEd compendium of home schooling and remote education resources for schools, teachers and parents. We cover a range of subjects, as well as exercise and keeping fit, mental health and wellbeing, cultural and arts activities, and whole-school support








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.

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