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Sue Cowley

Sue Cowley is a writer, presenter and teacher trainer, and the author of more than 25 books on education, including How to Survive your First Year in Teaching. Her international bestseller, Getting the Buggers to Behave, is a fixture on university lists, and has been translated into ten different languages. After training as an early years teacher, Sue taught English and drama in secondary schools in the UK and overseas, and she also worked as a supply teacher. She now spends her time writing educational books and articles and is a columnist for Teach Nursery, Teach Primary and Nursery World magazines. Sue works internationally as a teacher trainer, as well as volunteering in primary classrooms and helping to run her local preschool.

Click here to visit Sue’s Road School website.

Click here to listen in on Sue’s podcast with Pivotal Education – ‘How to fix education’.

Click here to read Sue’s article in TeachTalks magazine – ‘Learning: Beyond the Walls’ (p.20).

Click here to read Sue’s article in TES - ‘What evidence does Amanda Speilman have to suggest nurseries don’t teach nursery rhymes’.


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Publications by Sue Cowley

Road School

Frustrated by a regime of statutory testing, and keen for…

The Artful Educator

Is teaching an art, rather than a science? Instead of…

Author Blog

Expected Standard

June 24 2018

I’m not Expected Standard There’s lots I do not know The Government checked my learning And decided it was low. The grown ups think I’m stupid They think I do not see That some kids find school easier And learning … Continue reading

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The Trouble with Knowledge

June 14 2018

“Who controls the past controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.” George Orwell, 1984 When I was a child, I believed in two things that later on (to my complete astonishment) turned out to be incorrect. I … Continue reading

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