Education Exposed: Leading a school in a time of uncertainty

March 8, 2020 - Comment

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.Clearly and honestly stating the challenges of leading a school, Samuel Strickland focuses on approaches to the curriculum, teaching and learning, teacher workload, behaviour, staff morale, leadership

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.
Clearly and honestly stating the challenges of leading a school, Samuel Strickland focuses on approaches to the curriculum, teaching and learning, teacher workload, behaviour, staff morale, leadership and Ofsted.

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Anonymous says:

Candid, Succinct and Practical. Education Exposed: Leading a school in a time of uncertainty – is a courageous book written by an inspirational leader. Sam Strickland is the Principal of Duston School in Northamptonshire. He is also a historian, a blogger, a trainer and an erudite keynote speaker.This book gives you the distilled essence of Sam’s experience, passion and commitment as an educator and leader. Sam expertly deconstructs the notion of leadership, behaviour, curriculum, teaching and learning in an…

Anonymous says:

A wonderful breath of fresh air! A breath of fresh air for a profession used to decades of ridiculous fads and errant nonsense. A quick, invigorating dose of common sense. If all teachers and especially those in middle and senior leadership positions, were to read this, the education world would be a much, much better place. In particular, this book dispels the myth that good school discipline requires buying into an expensive scheme of some sort; all that is required is a school leadership that accepts that good discipline is…

Anonymous says:

An Excellent Read! This is fantastic book. It gives a real insight into the current landscape of school leadership, which is in a time of uncertainty, as Sam has included in the title.It is concise and straight to the point highlighting Sam’s leadership style and offers a view of current misconceptions in education, a research led viewpoint and then things to ponder on. It is a book not just for leaders in schools but for anyone involved in education.I can highly recommend his book.

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