An essential resource for teachers of 11-18 year olds, Teach Secondary delivers brilliant content that inspires, informs, entertains – and is respected by educators everywhere.
The world of education is fast-moving and high-pressured; everyone has an opinion, and no one can deny that what happens in schools is incredibly important, for students, communities and indeed, our nation’s future. Expectations of teachers have arguably never been higher; yet at the same time, the status of the profession is somehow strangely undervalued.
Teach Secondary acknowledges this – and responds with an editorial policy that is based on respect and celebration. Sharp, relevant contributions from some of the most innovative and credible educational thinkers and practitioners around are presented with style and in a way that encourages challenge and debate. Real voices from actual classrooms ensure that effective teaching and learning is always the main mission, with sharing best practice a top priority.
Teach Secondary is proud to work with such significant organisations as The National Literacy Trust and the National Association of Headteachers as we tackle the issues that truly matter to teachers, such as funding, workloads and professional development.
Each issue includes ready-to-teach lessons across the curriculum, provided by teachers, for teachers. Our readers tell us that high quality resources like those we are able to provide are a key selling point of the magazine.
Alongside our stable of regular columnists - Fiona Millar, Vic Goddard, David Didau, Alex Quigley and Tom Starkey (who boast a combined Twitter following of over 100K) - we are always seeking additional contributors with a high recognition factor.
Our editorial and design teams have put together a range of attractive and highly readable formats to enable our partner companies to speak to readers directly, as credible sector experts - not salespeople.
Every secondary school in England, Wales and Northern Ireland receives a free copy of Teach Secondary magazine. It can be found in staffrooms everywhere and in the homes of thousands of subscribers. In addition, in excess of 10,000 copies are distributed at major shows such as BETT and at Teachmeet events each year.Preview the Latest Issue
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Utilising both teachsecondary.com and teachwire.net, our platforms see in excess of 608,400 visitors each year - a figure that's growing rapidly thanks to our proactive editorial approach and skilled team of digital professionals.
We are proud to list BAFTA, Durex, OCR, Walt Disney, OUP, Pearson, Capita, TTS, Book Trust, AQA, Lego Education, BP, Shell, K'NEX, YPO, YHA, Comic Relief, Coca Cola, Bloomsbury, Hachette, Water Aid, Clevertouch, Harper Collins, CUP, WJEC, Alton Towers, Microsoft, and GO Outdoors amongst the many clients with whom we have worked to deliver key messages for the benefit of our readers.
Never afraid of controversy, our contributors tackle the sector's big issues with real insight. Mindful of the level of experience and expertise of our readers, we only feature writers whose own subject knowledge, and understanding of the world of secondary education, are irreproachable.
Alex is an English teacher, author, and Director of Research School at Huntington School.
Vic is head teacher at Passmores Academy, as seen on Channel 4's Educating Essex.
David is an independent education consultant and author, who blogs at www.learningspy.co.uk.
Fiona is a columnist for Guardian Education, and a co-founder of the Local Schools Network.