Mentoring in Schools is coming soon!

21 January 2021

Written by Haili Hughes, Mentoring in Schools: How to become an expert colleague is an all-encompassing guide to becoming a valued in-school mentor.

Find out more and pre-order your copy here.

Zoe Enser, Lead English Adviser, The Education People, and author and blogger:

Haili™s book provides mentors with a handy step-by-step guide through the Early Career Framework, enabling them to provide support and instruction to their mentees. It provides a wealth of research, explanation, examples, practical advice and activities to underpin some of the most effective approaches in ensuring high expectations for all and improving teaching.

Mentoring in Schools will prove invaluable to all mentors, whether they are experienced in or new to the role, providing a clear guide to those working with early career teachers and indeed anyone who could benefit from some mentoring regardless of stage. It is certainly a book I would recommend to all who want to reflect on their practice as a mentor.

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