Book: Riding the Waves by @jameshilton300 via @BloomsburyEd
Riding the Waves offers practical strategies, advice, reflective questions and activities for developing the fulfilling aspects of school leadership to carry school leaders through these challenging times.
Book: What Works? by: Lee Elliot Major, Steve Higgins via @BloomsburyEd
This book does not promise a magic medicine that will create perfect teaching – no book could – but it will help you navigate the uncertain world, improving the likelihood your pupils will achieve their potential.
Book: The Wellbeing Toolkit by @Andrew_Cowley23 via @BloomsburyEd
The Wellbeing Toolkit is an invaluable resource for promoting wellbeing among all school staff, thereby improving staff attendance and retention, and helping all teachers fall back in love with teaching.
Book: What’s Going On Inside My Head? by @PotterMolly via @BloomsburyEd
Perfect for starting conversations with children about their mental and emotional health, What’s Going On Inside My Head? is a must for every parent who understands the importance of keeping a healthy mind.
Book: Ten Traits of Resilience by @JamesHilton300 via @BloomsburyEd
In this thought-provoking book, James Hilton explores ten traits of resilience and demonstrates to school leaders how they can embed these traits into their own practice and into their school to create a climate of resilience in every classroom.
Book: Senior Leadership by @TeamTait via @BloomsburyEd
This book stands out because it has clear, concise information broken into bite-size chunks. Full credit to Jon Tait as there are useful takeaways and practical ideas for those thinking about applying for a senior leadership role, allowing the reader to reflect about their educational future.
Book – 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Coding by @ICTMagic via @BloomsburyEd
Burrett’s book provides a range of seeds (‘ideas’) which can be developed into a variety of different flowers. His ideas are practical and cover the basics of coding, especially the offline section which allows children to develop their thinking before getting their hands on tech.
Book: Live Well, Teach Well by @AbbieMann1982 via @BloomsburyEd
Live Well, Teach Well is a must read for new and old teachers in a wide range of educational settings, it is a practical and helpful guide to help professionals and learning establishments to create a good working environment for all with the key focus still on learning.
Book: Mastering Primary Science by Kenna Worthington & Amanda McCrory
In their book Mastering Primary Science, Amanda McCrory and Kenna Worthington explore some crucial information to help understand the issues, problems and opportunities that teaching the subject can provide you as a developing practitioner in the subject.
Book: How to be an Outstanding Primary Teaching Assistant by Emma Davie
This easy-to-use book includes creative advice to how to best assist both the teacher within the classroom and the children they teach, including those with special educational needs, English as an additional language, or behavioural difficulties.