James Handscombe's thoughts on assemblies.

13 October 2021

James Handscombe studied mathematics at Oxford and Harvard before training to be a teacher.  He worked in schools in South Wales, Australia and south-east London before becoming the founding principal of Harris Westminster Sixth Form in 2014.

He offers his thoughts in this article for Teachwire on how to make the most of your assemblies, and what it takes to keep your audience engaged. 

To read the article in full, click here

To purchase a copy of James Handscombe's book A School Built on Ethos: Ideas, assemblies and hard-won wisdom, click here.

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