Leadership

  1. My School Governance Handbook: Keeping it simple, a step by step guide and checklist for all school governors

    My School Governance Handbook: Keeping it simple, a step by step guide and checklist for all school governors

    AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER: PUBLISHED OCTOBER 17, 2022

    With nearly two decades of school governance experience across Infant, Primary, Secondary, All Through and Alternative Provision schools and academies, distilled into an easy-to-read format, My School Governance Handbook aims to make the complex world of school governance simple and accessible to all.

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    £15.00
  2. School self-review – a sensible approach: How to know and tell the story of your school

    School self-review – a sensible approach: How to know and tell the story of your school

    AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER: PUBLISHED OCTOBER 14, 2022

    This book looks at the sensible and meaningful role of self-review in creating sustainable improvement in all areas across secondary schools. It outlines a self-review approach focusing on key principles which ensure this approach is transparent, purposeful, does not negatively impact on workload, that does not use the same approach for all teams and that does actually result in clear ideas for school improvement. It discusses claims of effective self-review including that it challenges thinking, leads to improvement, incorporates a range of stakeholders, skills people up, and helps build professional communities.

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    £15.00
  3. Curriculum Revolutions: A practical guide to enhancing what you teach

    Curriculum Revolutions: A practical guide to enhancing what you teach

    Curriculum Revolutions is a tool to assist schools in creating, building and maintaining a joined-up curriculum that is cohesive and coherent. Martin Robinson's unique curriculum wheel leads you through a continuous cycle of planning, designing, delivering, reflecting upon and reviewing your curriculum.

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    £15.00
  4. Primary Huh 2: Primary curriculum leadership conversations

    Primary Huh 2: Primary curriculum leadership conversations

    In this companion book to Primary Huh, Mary and John give a platform to practitioners who lead on the broader issues of primary curriculum design, including, amongst other things: shaping the curriculum for mixed-age classes; designing and implementing a cross-MAT curriculum; building the “cradle to career” curriculum.

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    £12.00
  5. So What Now? Time for learning in your school to face the future

    So What Now? Time for learning in your school to face the future

    This meticulously researched and carefully argued book will serve as a stimulus and resource for educationalists to support their personal and team understanding of the nature of learning, their grasp of the future they are preparing young people for, and their understanding of what leadership is needed for their school to truly face the future.

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    £15.00
  6. The Behaviour Manual – An Educator's Guidebook

    The Behaviour Manual – An Educator's Guidebook

    AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER: PUBLISHED MAY 17, 2022

    The Behaviour Manual – An Educator's Guidebook offers over 100 strategies, approaches and teaching methods that will help any school, leader, middle leader, teacher, ECT or ITT to pro-actively lead on behaviour. It has been designed to help the entire profession and anyone at any level and all ranges of experience.

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    £15.00
  7. Futureproof: A comprehensive framework for teaching digital citizenship in schools

    Futureproof: A comprehensive framework for teaching digital citizenship in schools

    Futureproof shows school leaders and teachers how they can educate for digital citizenship through the adoption of a new, comprehensive and coherent framework. The book addresses a gap as there are currently no well-known frameworks that provide a comprehensive approach to teaching digital citizenship education in UK school

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    £15.00
  8. Simplicitus: The Interconnected Primary Curriculum & Effective Subject Leadership

    Simplicitus: The Interconnected Primary Curriculum & Effective Subject Leadership

    Emma Turner outlines the unique considerations needed for designing and implementing a rich, high-quality primary curriculum which serves our youngest learners – a blend of academic thinking, educational research, the wisdom of decades of primary experience and a true love of the unique nature of primary.

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    £15.00
  9. How to be a Transformative Principal

    How to be a Transformative Principal

    With insight from some of the greatest minds in education and some of the best principals that nobody has ever heard of, Jethro Jones distils the secrets to success into small action steps you can take to make your school amazing. Jones relates stories of great success, horrific failures, and everything in between.

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    £15.00
  10. The Complete Guide to Pastoral Leadership

    The Complete Guide to Pastoral Leadership

    This isn’t your average book about pastoral care – it is a no-nonsense exploration of the knowledge base that excellent pastoral practitioners, be they aspiring, new or experienced, need to excel in their roles. It combines theory, evidence, and research with best practice and on the job experience.

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    £15.00
  11. Must do better: How to improve the image of teaching and why it matters

    Must do better: How to improve the image of teaching and why it matters

    In the eyes of many, teaching is not truly a profession akin to other professions. Must do better examines the origins of our problem with teaching, it shines a light on the exciting reality of teaching in the 21st century, and it charts a new course for the image of the modern teaching profession.

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    £15.00
  12. Leadership: Being, Knowing, Doing

    Leadership: Being, Knowing, Doing

    Stephen Tierney seeks to help leaders explore their own capabilities and potential. Leadership can be learnt. The three Ways – Being, Knowing and Doing – represent a mirror to help leaders reflect upon and improve their practice. In turn, current leaders are called upon to accept the responsibility to grow the leaders of the future.

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    £15.00
  13. The Digital Ecosystem: How to create a sustainable digital strategy for your school

    The Digital Ecosystem: How to create a sustainable digital strategy for your school

    The Digital Ecosystem will take you on a journey to develop your own sustainable digital strategy – one that is right for your school and yours alone, acknowledging that every school is different, just like every child.

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    £15.00
  14. The Juggling Act: How to juggle leadership and life

    The Juggling Act: How to juggle leadership and life

    Professor Toby Salt has worked in some of the hardest, most stress-inducing jobs in the wider education space, as well as juggling a large family. The Juggling Act gives leaders in education and the wider public sector clear advice about how to manage the constant juggling act of professional and personal life.

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    £15.00
  15. The Next Big Thing in School Improvement

    The Next Big Thing in School Improvement

    The Next Big Thing in School Improvement brings together the unique perspectives of a policy analyst, a headteacher, and a classroom teacher, to explain why it is that the school system often resists our attempts to improve it. This is a book about educational fads, why they arise, and how we might learn to live with them.

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    £15.00
  16. The Teaching Delusion 2: Teaching Strikes Back

    The Teaching Delusion 2: Teaching Strikes Back

    The Teaching Delusion 2: Teaching Strikes Back will give teachers and school leaders the supportive shake-up they need, helping them to abandon practices that aren’t making the difference they should be, and to focus on the things that will really make the biggest difference to students in our schools.

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    £15.00
  17. The Teaching Delusion 3: Power Up Your Pedagogy

    The Teaching Delusion 3: Power Up Your Pedagogy

    The Teaching Delusion 3: Power-up Your Pedagogy has been written to address the issue of teachers receiving poor feedback in our schools. As a self-improvement and coaching resource, it is essential reading for all teachers and school leaders.

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    £15.00
  18. Huh: Curriculum conversations between subject and senior leaders

    Huh: Curriculum conversations between subject and senior leaders

    Mary Myatt and John Tomsett discuss each of the national curriculum subjects with a subject leader, providing an insight into how they go about ensuring that knowledge, understanding and skills are developed over time, how they talk about the quality of the schemes in their departments and the support they would welcome from senior leaders.

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    £15.00
  19. Irresistible Learning: Embedding a culture of research in schools

    Irresistible Learning: Embedding a culture of research in schools

    This book will strengthen your research practice and help build a culture of research across your school. Whether you are a class teacher or school leader, you will be guided to use the power of research to strengthen practice in yourself and others.

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    £15.00
  20. The Magic in the Space Between: How a unique mentoring programme is transforming women's leadership

    The Magic in the Space Between: How a unique mentoring programme is transforming women's leadership

    Responding to a challenge posed by independent and state school leaders, Ian Wigston put together a team of experienced leaders from business, the public sector and the military to enable nearly a hundred women to explore their potential for school leadership. Learn More
    £14.00
  21. The Goldilocks Map: A classroom teacher's quest to evaluate 'brain-based' teaching advice

    The Goldilocks Map: A classroom teacher's quest to evaluate 'brain-based' teaching advice

    Written by a teacher with 18 years in the classroom – and 13 years studying neuroscience and psychology – The Goldilocks Map transforms brain research from a daunting monologue into an approachable, exciting, and lively conversation. Learn More
    £15.00
  22. Teaching WalkThrus 2: Five-step guides to instructional coaching

    Teaching WalkThrus 2: Five-step guides to instructional coaching

    OUT MARCH 29 2021: ORDER NOW AND WE WILL DISPATCH WHEN AVAILABLE

    Tom Sherrington and Oliver Caviglioli team up again in the follow up to the bestselling Teaching WalkThrus, to present 50 more essential teaching techniques, each with five clear and concise illustrations and explanations. 

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    £12.00
  23. Collins et al's Cognitive Apprenticeship in Action

    Collins et al's Cognitive Apprenticeship in Action

    The 1991 paper 'Cognitive Apprenticeship: Making Thinking Visible' greatly influenced the teaching of John Tomsett, headteacher at Huntington School in York. In this book, a number of teachers at Huntington School discuss what they consider to be the expert thought processes specific to their individual subject domains. Learn More
    £10.00
  24. The Running the Room Companion: Issues in classroom management and strategies to deal with them

    The Running the Room Companion: Issues in classroom management and strategies to deal with them

    In Running the Room: The Teacher's Guide to Behaviour, Tom Bennett rewrote the book on behaviour management, and outlined the psychology and dynamics underpinning student habits. In this companion, he goes into more detail about how to apply those principles to the classroom. Learn More
    £12.00
  25. Journey to Outstanding (Second Edition)

    Journey to Outstanding (Second Edition)

    Every school can be outstanding. This book will show you what is really holding your school back and the three culture strategies you need to put in place to create a genuinely outstanding school.

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    £14.00
  26. Let's Talk About Flex: Flipping the flexible working narrative for education

    Let's Talk About Flex: Flipping the flexible working narrative for education

    Designed to open up the flexible working conversation in education, this book outlines what can work, what has worked and what could work. This new way of viewing the flexi narrative from an experienced flex-pert encourages all to revisit our views on flexible working.

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    £12.00
  27. 10 Things Schools Get Wrong (And How We Can Get Them Right)

    10 Things Schools Get Wrong (And How We Can Get Them Right)

    In this book, brain and behavioural research is combined with respected philosophy in order to place ten widely accepted yet rarely examined aspects of education under the microscope.

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    £15.00
  28. Intelligent Accountability

    Intelligent Accountability

    The book discusses two opposed models of school improvement: the deficit model (which assumes problems are someone’s fault) and the surplus model (which assumes problems are unintended systemic flaws). By aligning ourselves to a surplus model we can create a system of Intelligent Accountability. Learn More
    £15.00
  29. Education Exposed 2: In pursuit of the halcyon dream

    Education Exposed 2: In pursuit of the halcyon dream

    AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER

    Education Exposed 2 follows on from Sam Strickland's first book, Education Exposed. The book is a pacy, punchy and forthright critique of how to drive the curriculum, behaviour and teaching within a school and the pivotal role that leadership plays in pursuing the halcyon dream. The book is neatly laid out, with each chapter identifying common curricular misconceptions, posing lots of key questions to consider and offering multiple practical ideas that you can take away. Every chapter ends with five key takeaway points for you to carefully consider.

    The books neatly interplays theory, research, Sam's expertise and experience coupled with a practical and real-world approach. The first section of the book champions the importance of the curriculum and knowledge. The second section examines behaviour and how this can be driven by senior leaders coupled routine driven approach to learning. This section also takes you through a series of curriculum tools and teaching approaches that will assist you in thinking about how to implement and drive the curriculum. The third section of the book examines leadership; how leaders can champion the teacher as the expert and how a school culture can be supported and monitored carefully.

    Education Exposed 2 is relevant for anyone working in a school, irrespective of their position or role. It is designed to be an accessible, versatile and quick read. Equally, it can be used as a dip-in and dip-out guide. Multiple practical approaches and strategies are offered as key take-away points.

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    £10.00
  30. Back on Track: Fewer things, greater depth

    Back on Track: Fewer things, greater depth

    There are a lot of redundant processes in schools. We need to take a hard look at these and consider whether they are adding value to the core purpose of schools.

    We need to apply Greg McKeown's 'disciplined pursuit of less' in order to create the time and space to do deep, satisfying work on the curriculum.

    This means that there will be some hard choices and recognise that if we cannot do everything, we need to move to a space which acknowledges there will be trade offs.

    This is more than a workload issue, it is about focusing our efforts on the most important agenda item in schools today - the development of an ambitious curriculum for every child, in every school.

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    £15.00
  31. How to Educate a Citizen: The Power of Shared Knowledge to Unify a Nation

    How to Educate a Citizen: The Power of Shared Knowledge to Unify a Nation

    Critical and compelling, How to Educate a Citizen galvanizes our schools to equip children with the power of shared knowledge. Learn More
    £15.00
  32. Running the Room: The Teacher's Guide to Behaviour (BUNDLES OF 10)

    Running the Room: The Teacher's Guide to Behaviour (BUNDLES OF 10)

    DISCOUNT ON A BUNDLE OF 10 COPIES OF RUNNING THE ROOM: IDEAL FOR ALL-STAFF CPD

    Good behaviour is the beginning of great learning. All children deserve classrooms that are calm, safe spaces where everyone is treated with dignity.

    Creating that space is one of the most important things a teacher needs to be able to do. But all too often teachers begin their careers with the bare minimum of training - or worse, none.

    How students behave, socially and academically, dictates whether or not they will succeed or struggle in school. Every child comes to the classroom with different skills, habits, values and expectations of what to do. There's no point just telling a child to behave; behaviour must be taught.

    Behaviour is a curriculum. This simple truth is the beginning of creating a classroom culture where everyone flourishes: pupils and staff.

    Running the Room is the teacher's guide to behaviour. Practical, evidence-informed, and based on the expertise of great teachers from around the world, it addresses the things teachers really need to know to build the classrooms children need.

    Bursting with strategies, tips and solid advice, it brings together the best of what we know and saves teachers, new or old, from reinventing the wheels of the classroom. It's the book teachers have been waiting for.

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    £100.00
  33. Educating with Purpose: The heart of what matters

    Educating with Purpose: The heart of what matters

    The past decade in education focused on what works. The decade ahead must focus on what matters. In his second book, Stephen Tierney argues that it is time for the purpose of education to move to the centre of the debate.

    Why we educate is a question from which all else evolves. A question for all times, it will resonate deeply with those who have experienced the Great Pause caused by the global pandemic in 2020. And it is a question that we need to answer, because that purpose will determine what schools and the education system as a whole will do next.

    Proposing that the telos of education must be a life well-lived, Tierney argues for a re-purposing of education. He provides the theory of four philosophies of education - personal empowerment, cultural transmission, preparation for work and preparation for citizenship - alongside a powerful critique that challenges the current orthodoxy.

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    £14.00
  34. SchoolX: How principals can design a transformative school experience for students, teachers, parents - and themselves

    SchoolX: How principals can design a transformative school experience for students, teachers, parents - and themselves

    How principals can design a transformative school experience for students, teachers, parents - and themselves

    How can you transform the school experience for all stakeholders? SchoolX has the answer: design thinking. Jethro Jones teaches principals how to become designers, not just managers or leaders.

    Drawing on the wisdom of the hundreds of leaders he has interviewed for his Transformative Principal podcast and Transformative Leadership Summits, Jones reveals how you can use design thinking to put yourself in the shoes of the people in your school communities, using that empathy to drive radical change.

    Crucially, Jones argues that it is only once leaders improve their own experience that they can transform the experiences of others.

    SchoolX will empower you with an iterative and innovative way to approach the challenges you face every day.

    'Actionable, urgent insights for any principal ready to re-engage in the work that brought them to the field in the first place' Seth Godin

    'Jones has illuminated the link between design thinking and principalship in ridiculously helpful terms' Dr. Brad Gustafson


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    £12.00
  35. Leading Academy Trusts: Why some fail, but most don't

    Leading Academy Trusts: Why some fail, but most don't

    So, you want to be an academy trust leader? This book shows you how.

    Sir David Carter started his career as a music teacher in several comprehensive schools before spending thirty years in school leadership before becoming one of the first Regional Schools Commissioners and then National School Commissioner.

    He knows what it feels like to be responsible for multiple schools and how the best leaders make large-scale collaboration work for their teachers, pupils, parents and the whole community.

    This personal and accessible book shares the recipe for understanding the purpose of academy trust leadership and give insider knowledge of how to do it well and with all stakeholders at the forefront of your mission.

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    £15.00
  36. The Forgotten Third: Do one third have to fail for two thirds to succeed?

    The Forgotten Third: Do one third have to fail for two thirds to succeed?

    'The Forgotten Third' is a provocative collection of essays which poses the fundamental question: 'Do a third of school students have to fail so that two-thirds can pass?'

    Roy Blatchford has brought together a group of leading thinkers and influencers in UK education to address this question – and pose some answers. Featuring contributions from: Caroline Barlow, Geoff Barton, Rebecca Boomer-Clark, Peter Collins, Tim Coulson, Kiran Gill, Miranda Green, Peter Hyman, David Laws, Rachel Macfarlane, Rupert Moreton, Harmer Parr, Marc Rowland, Catherine Sezen, Richard Sheriff, Nicholas Taylor-Mullings and Iain Veitch.'The Forgotten Third' challenges orthodoxies to shape a 'levelled up' education system.

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    £14.00
  37. The researchED Guide to The Curriculum

    The researchED Guide to The Curriculum

    researchED is an educator-led organisation with the goal of bridging the gap between research and practice. This accessible and punchy series, overseen by founder Tom Bennett, tackles the most important topics in education, with a range of experienced contributors exploring the latest evidence and research and how it can apply in a variety of classroom settings.

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    £12.00
  38. Michaela: The Power of Culture

    Michaela: The Power of Culture

    The Power of Culture, a follow up to Battle Hymn of the Tiger Teachers, drives at the heart of what makes Michaela a trailblazing school. Their teachers and pioneering Head Katharine Birbalsingh reveal all as they take the reader on a journey through Michaela's alternative ways.

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    £16.00
  39. The CRAFT of Assessment

    The CRAFT of Assessment

    In the ‘CRAFT of Assessment’, Michael unpicks the five key principles to support middle and senior leaders in creating a climate for a meaningful, manageable and motivational whole-school approach to assessment through condense, reflect, assess, feedforward and target-driven improvement. Learn More
    £14.00
  40. The research-informed teaching revolution: A handbook for the 21st century teacher

    The research-informed teaching revolution: A handbook for the 21st century teacher

    Drawing on the wisdom of those at the top of their game, this book intends to provide just that: a practical handbook for teachers and leaders that can help make the research use revolution a reality. Learn More
    £15.00
  41. Teaching Walkthrus: Five-step guides to instructional coaching

    Teaching Walkthrus: Five-step guides to instructional coaching

    Out now!

    Tom Sherrington and Oliver Caviglioli team up to present 50 essential teaching techniques, each with five clear and concise illustrations and explanations. It forms a truly unique repository of key teaching methods, valuable to any classroom practitioner in any setting.

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    £12.00
  42. The Lost Girls: Why a feminist revolution in education benefits everyone
  43. Putting Staff First: A blueprint for revitalising our schools

    Putting Staff First: A blueprint for revitalising our schools

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    If we do not ensure, first and foremost, that our teachers are feeling physically and mentally well, they cannot be their best for their students. Consequently, a school which does not prioritise staff wellbeing is disadvantaging its own students. <P>‘Students first’ is a misplaced sentiment: the best thing for students is a happy, healthy, motivated, well-trained, expert staff. By putting staff first you are providing for students the one thing which will help them make good progress in their learning: truly great teaching. <P>Whilst it is easy to say that schools would not exist if it were not for the students, the glib converse is that without truly great school staff, the students would not be taught. What we need – as recruiting subject specialist teachers, school leaders and specialist support staff becomes increasingly difficult – is a revolution in how we treat our school staff. <P>We have to put our staff before our students because it is the only hope we have of securing what our students need most: a world class education. The longer our schools are populated with hypoxic adults, we imperial all our futures.

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  44. The Teaching Delusion

    The Teaching Delusion

    The Teaching Delusion by senior education consultant Bruce Robertson offers a bold, refreshing and sometimes provocative stance on teaching and leadership. Informed by the latest educational research and drawing on two decades of professional experience, Robertson examines how teaching in schools can be transformed from ‘good’ to ‘great’.

    The new title from John Catt Educational poses challenging yet important questions to its readers. Schools are filled with great teachers, but is great teaching taking place in every classroom? How can educators expect students to cultivate a lifelong passion for learning if they themselves are lacking this?

    Robertson’s solution is twofold. To promote excellent teaching, there must be a shared understanding of what high-quality teaching really is – what does it look like, and how can it be fostered? Secondly, there must be a school-wide desire to engage in professional learning. With his school having won the General Teaching Council for Scotland’s ‘Excellence in Professional Learning Award’ in 2019, Robertson uses his personal track-record of success to explore how these barriers can be addressed to lead to a transformation in teaching practice.

    Written by a teacher and school leader for teachers and school leaders, The Teaching Delusion aims to support teaching communities to develop and improve their practice, in order to ensure that all students receive the same level of excellent education. Aligning himself firmly on the side of teachers – and keen to avoid ‘teacher bashing’! – Robertson sensitively engages in an often controversial discussion about how to improve the quality of teaching, aiming to boost knowledge, awareness and ultimately self-esteem in both educators and learners.

    The Teaching Delusion combines practicality with pedagogy in a thoughtful, unique approach – making it a vital resource for teachers and leaders at all levels who are looking to better their practice.

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    £15.00
  45. The Three Minute Leader

    The Three Minute Leader

    The Three Minute Leader presents 101 snippets of advice, provocation and reflection to encourage school leaders as they go about their daily routines. 'Less is more' is its guiding principle. Enjoying the role is the key ingredient, together with the three essentials of leadership: humanity, clarity, courage.Education leadership is a people business. This short compendium is for people who are school leaders, wherever on the globe they find themselves. Learn More
    £10.00
  46. Stop Talking About Wellbeing

    Stop Talking About Wellbeing

    Stop Talking About Wellbeing: A pragmatic approach to teacher workload

    As statistical figures of teachers leaving the profession reaches an alarming level, and teachers' mental health becomes a fundamental concern, wellbeing has been pushed to the top of the national agenda in a bid for schools to consider how to look after their staff.

    However, wellbeing has become a tokenistic feature within the education sector, as staff participate in compulsory wellbeing-linked activities that have very little impact on their workload or their ability to do what they came into the profession to do: teach young people. With this book, Kat aims to flip the narrative on wellbeing completely.

    In a critical consideration of research both in and outside of education, Kat explores the key factors of a teacher's role within school, outlining a series of tools that teachers can use to take ownership of their workload, and achieve wellbeing through purposeful job fulfilment. Interviewing experts in the educational sector, Kat provides practical strategies for teachers in a bid to drive instrumental change to workload within schools at a grassroots level, but additionally, a range of case studies for teachers to use to challenge the norm so that we can create a profession built to last.

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    £15.00
  47. Education Exposed: Leading a school in a time of uncertainty

    Education Exposed: Leading a school in a time of uncertainty

    The ultimate guide to understanding how a school can be led, managed and run, written by an author with extensive experience, and drawing heavily on research around knowledge-based curricula. Learn More
    £10.00
  48. Flipping Schools

    Flipping Schools

    Flipping Schools: Why it's time to turn your school and community inside out

    This brilliant book, focused on the education of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children, offers a radical critique of traditional approaches to school improvement. The text argues for a movement away from the focus on social mobility to placing equity at the heart of school leadership. It suggests moving from improvement to social justice through a re-examination of the school's role in relation to its communities. The book is evidence-based and combines a focus on moral leadership with strategies to turn principle into practice.

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    £15.00
  49. Be More Toddler

    Be More Toddler

    PUBLISHED DECEMBER 2019: PREORDER NOW

     

    The narrative around leadership needs to change. After reading scores of leadership books in an attempt to find a voice which resonated, Emma Turner realised that the bulk of leadership advice out there did not take into account balancing parenting with working in a leadership post. Inspired by the smallest of research subjects, Emma shares a practical, humorous and unique perspective on leadership by looking at it through the eyes of toddlers, illustrating real examples of what works, as well as reassurance that leadership is extremely do-able for many of us. This refreshing insight into leadership thinking and strategies aims to demystify leadership behaviour, encouraging us all to take the leap and ‘Be More Toddler’.

     

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    ‘I salute her bravery, her honesty, her extraordinary ability to strip down complexity in order to uncover deep and wonderful insights into leadership, life and learning.’ – Richard Gerver

    'Emma manages to combine an incredibly engaging and entertaining style with important and practical messages, both for the profession and for the individuals within it. I wish I had been able to read it at a point when I turned my back on school leadership as the challenges of parenthood and the messy juggling this brings with it seemed too big a barrier.' – Professor Samantha Twiselton OBE

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  50. Reframing education: Radically rethinking perspectives on education in the light of research

    Reframing education: Radically rethinking perspectives on education in the light of research

    Mike Murray's excellent new book attacks the narrow high stakes accountability and marketized vision which has distorted our education system, the fragmentation of education thinking into warring camps and silos and offers a radical optimistic vision of how we can emerge from the current impasse. Learn More
    £15.00