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The Art of Standing Out is the culmination of 18 years of experience as a Head for Andrew Morrish, who has a proven and unblemished record for transforming challenging schools from special measures to outstanding.
Blending personal insight with tried-and-tested strategies, The Art of Standing Out is a powerful blueprint for all ambitious Heads, senior leadership teams and governing bodies, demonstrating how schools can be led from the brink of closure to world-class centres of learning.
'A beautiful, inspirational book. I hope it flies off the shelves!' Richard Gerver
‘A memorable, uplifting read. I loved it.’ Geoff Barton
‘Compelling, moving and practical.’ Russell Hobby
‘An enjoyable read, peppered with accumulated wisdom and amusing anecdotes.’ Professor Rob Coe
‘I love this book. If you want to be a school leader then read it.’ Vic Goddard
‘A hugely entertaining read.’ Dame Alison Peacock
‘A thought-provoking book using deliciously bittersweet moments.’ Ross Morrison McGill
‘A compelling story, refreshingly honest and open.’ Zoe Elder
‘A must-read for all aspiring leaders.’ Sue Williamson
‘A book that will make you laugh, cry and think.’ Stephen Tierney
‘A sweeping tale…Optimistic and heartfelt.’ Ty Goddard
'A timely powerful book that deserves to be widely read and debated.' Professor John West-Burnham
About the Author
Andrew is founder Chief Executive of Victoria Academies, a multi academy trust in the West Midlands, currently consisting of five primary schools. As well as a sponsor, the trust also provides school-centred ITT through Central England Teacher Training. Andrew is the Executive Headteacher of two schools: Victoria Park Academy, which he led from special measures to outstanding in exactly one thousand days and more recently, Rowley Park Academy, currently in special measures and sponsored by Victoria Park.
Prior to this Andrew was the Headteacher in East London of one of the largest primary schools in the country with almost a thousand pupils, a school that he also led to outstanding. He is passionate about the role creativity, social enterprise (check out @thespiceacademy) and innovation can play in creating stand-out schools.
Andrew is a National Leader of Education, a trained inspector and Fellow of the RSA. He blogs at www.standoutlearning.me
|No of pages||202|
|Publication Date||11 Jul 2016|