Sarah Mullin, Deputy Head Teacher, Priory School, and author of What They Didn't Teach Me on My PGCE
Pupil behaviour and learning outcomes are inextricably linked. In order to maximise the learning outcomes for children and young people, teachers cannot look at pastoral care strategies and teaching and learning strategies as being mutually exclusive. In Beyond Wiping Noses, Stephen Lane outlines the need for teachers to become research-informed pastoral practitioners. In each chapter he explores key themes and ideas based on almost two decades of his own reading, research and experience in schools.
An engaging and thought-provoking journey through the multifarious aspects of pastoral provision, offering readers a plethora of practical suggestions which may support classroom teachers to promote higher levels of school wellbeing.
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