Alan Peat, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Fellow of the Historical Association
A book full of infectious enthusiasm that reminds us that humour is, in itself, a vital aspect of effective communication. A timely, upbeat work that acknowledges the fact that although teachers face huge challenges they can choose to focus on the many, many positives because the rewards are always greater.

A book that clearly demonstrates why pupils respond to positive, rounded human beings with broad and varied lives. I was also glad to read about the ripple effect of happiness ... backed up with a well-chosen Bob Monkhouse gag.
Guest | 28/07/2015 01:00
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