Middle Leadership Mastery is coming soon!

23 April 2021

‹Read an extract from the book here.

Written by Adam Robbins, Middle Leadership Mastery: A toolkit for subject and pastoral leaders aims to enhance middle leaders™ expertise so that they can make informed decisions and communicate them effectively to both staff and students.

Never has there been a more crucial time to improve middle leadership. Find out more about the book here.

Tom Sherrington, education consultant and author of Teaching WalkThrus:

It™s often said that middle leaders are the engine room of a great school: their energy, their effectiveness and their commitment are vital to any school™s success. In writing this book, Adam Robbins has used his extensive knowledge to produce a superb and impressively comprehensive guide “ covering curriculum design, assessment, teacher development and more besides “ for anyone undertaking one of these all-important roles. 

Middle Leadership Mastery blends an evidence-informed approach with the wisdom of someone who has learned the hard way, on the front line. The recap and reflection sections that conclude each chapter neatly capture the breadth of issues covered in the book, making it a very practical tool for anyone seeking to improve their practice or aspiring to become a middle leader in future. I will certainly be recommending this book to the many middle leaders I meet through my work.

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