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Supporting supply teachers effectively

3 October 2013

When a supply teacher has to cover one of your classes, what can you do to make their life easier and ensure the least possible disruption to your students’ learning. Jo West advises.

The teachers who can’t afford to eat or live

26 September 2013

A charity has warned of a ‘growing trend of poverty’ among teachers after it handed out £120,000 of support grants in 10 months. It says that in some cases the money has been for teachers unable to ...

Raising the bar at the SLF 2013

29 August 2013

With the theme of Raising the Bar in Scotland, the Scottish Learning Festival 2013 takes place next month with a range of exhibitors, keynote speakers and workshops. SecEd takes a look at what’s on ...

Life as a Teaching School

4 July 2013

All Saints Catholic School in Dagenham is a cohort 2 Teaching School. Nigel Gardener discusses how the status has changed school life and explains some of the projects they are now working on

NQT special: CPD beyond NQT

27 June 2013

David Weston discusses why NQTs should focus on their CPD during year 2 at the chalkface and looks at what your priorities might be.

Stimulating (and free) physics CPD

13 June 2013

A free, national project is supporting the CPD and best practice of physics teachers in a bid to drive take-up of the subject post-16. David Cameron explains more.

Digital technology to support mental health

2 May 2013

Dan Sutch discusses how schools might use digital technology to address mental health issues and looks at some exciting new ICT projects currently in development.

Do we let the video games begin?

25 April 2013

The use of video games in the classroom can have a positive effect on engagement, but does this kind of learning really influence attainment and achievement? Carlo Perrotta examines the evidence.

The power of music in education

17 January 2013

Despite the pressures of the English Baccalaureate, Stretford High School has invested in its music provision. Head James Haseldine explains why.

How secondary schools can effectively tackle NEETs

7 November 2012

How can secondary schools keep pupils who are at risk of becoming NEET engaged and on track to progress? We look at a range of approaches and techniques that new research has shown to be effective.

Redesigning DT

11 October 2012

When she was asked to redraft the design technology programme for her chain of academies, experienced designer Emily Campbell went back to basics.

Is this the year for 3D?

21 June 2012

As 3D becomes increasingly common, Mark Robinson argues how this popular technology could be used in the classroom to change the face of the learning experience.

Students' science aspirations

21 June 2012

Professor Louise Archer reports on research into the attitudes of young students towards STEM subjects and careers as they move from primary to secondary ― and the implications for key stage 3 ...

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