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Title: Love Teaching, Keep Teaching: The Essential Guide to Improving Wellbeing...

Author: P. RadfordPublisher: Crown House Publishing LimitedISBN: 978-178583503-1£16.99 Peter Radford is a teacher, trainer and public speaker who has held roles in middle and senior...

Title: Engagement (Part of The Best of The Best series)

Authors: I. Wallace and L. KirkmanPublishers: Crown House Publishing LtdISBN: 978-178583247-5£9.99 This series of books brings together some of the most influential voices in education,...

Book review: Happy School 365

Action Jackson is an inspirational keynote speaker and the founder of Fix Up Seminars, a company that has worked with thousands of students and...

Book Review: How to Get Kids Offline, Outdoors and Connecting With...

Bonnie Thomas is a Child and Family Counselor based in the U.S. who incorporates creative expression, art and nature based activities into the work...

Book review: A Practical Guide For All Providers of early Years...

This colourful guide to SEND has been written by an experienced early years teacher and writer, in collaboration with a parent of a child...

Title: A School Without Sanctions: A new Approach to Behaviour Management

The authors both have extensive experience of behaviour management for children with emotional and mental health difficulties and in schools in challenging circumstances. The...

Book review: The Ultimate Guide to SLCN

This ebook is designed to help SENCOs, school staff and others supporting pupils with SLCN in schools. In the introduction the authors point out...

Book review: Teaching Rebooted

Jon Tait is Director of School Improvement and Deputy CEO at a multi-academy trust. He is also the author of four books on teaching...

Book review: The Dyslexia, ADHD & DCD-Friendly Study Skills Guide: Tips...

The author of this book advises parents, professionals and prospective students on preparing for the transition to further education, based on her experience as...

Book Review: 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Questioning

‘Questioning is the basic tool of the teacher and so, like the butcher’s knife, it should be sharp, efficient and wisely used’. This quote...

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