A golden ERA for Crown House Publishing

21 March 2016

Making Every Lesson Count: six principles to support great teaching and learning by Shaun Allison and Andy Tharby!

Amongst the many other great titles that were up for nomination in the Educational Book Award category (including 3 other titles of our own), Shaun Allison and Andy Tharby˜s title came up trumps with the judges advocating the book as œa highly practical and interesting resource with loads of information and uses to support and inspire teachers of all levels of experience - an essential staff room book.

For a glimpse of what makes this book so great, have a read on our look inside feature before buying your own copy here.



A full list of the evening™s winners can be found here. Congrats to Shaun, Andy, and all of the other winners and nominees on the night!


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