Multiple Crown House authors feature in Teach Primary

15 November 2017

‹Featured within this issue of Teach Primary are:

  • Jaz Ampaw-Farr, 'A letter to... my former teacher, Mr Ruddock'.

  • Sue Cowley, 'When it comes to behaviour management, consistency is key - but that's sometimes easier said than done'.

  • Juliet Robertson, 'These hands on games and ideas will help to make maths real, and encourage children to make connections between hands and head'.

  • Mick Waters, ' Learning Machines. We replace one-off lessons with collaborative five week project and the results were outstanding'.

  • Russell Grigg, 'What make someone a hero or villain?'

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