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Written by Steve Munby and Marie-Claire Bretherton, Imperfect Leadership in Action: A practical book for school leaders who know they don’t know it all is designed to help leaders pursue imperfect leadership as something to be celebrated and as a foundation for success.
Written by Dave Whitaker, 'The Kindness Principle: Making relational behaviour management work in schools' advocates a behaviour management approach rooted in values, acceptance and a genuine understanding of children’s behaviour. In an education system that too often reaches for the carrot-and-stick approach to dealing with poor pupil behaviour, an approach built on kindness and compassion might just provide the cure. #TheKindnessPrinciple
In Obstetrics for Schools: A guide to eliminating failure and ensuring the safe delivery of all learners, Rachel Macfarlane presents a powerful manifesto for school leaders and teachers on how they can bridge the advantage gap and deliver positive outcomes for all pupils. #ObstetricsForSchools
#ASchoolBuiltOnEthos – an informative story of how #ethos has shaped Harris Westminster (named best Sixth Form College in the Country by The Times in 2019) – by headteacher James Handscombe, is now available! In this book, James takes readers through the school’s development and illustrates its journey by sharing a selection of the assemblies that have underpinned and elucidated its ethos. A must-read for all school leaders.
Catch Bill Lucas at @cheltfestivals #cheltlitfest 2020 discussing how #lockdown is a perfect opportunity to radically rethink the future of #education and #schools! Bill is the co-author of The Pedagogy for a Changing World series, a timely set of books for teachers and school leaders who want to embed in their schools a pedagogical approach which cultivates capabilities that are valuable to pupils both at school and in later life. www.crownhouse.co.uk