Three of our authors have written articles in Primary School Management Magazine

17 April 2019

‹Featured within this issue are: 

'Inclusion versus exclusion. Jackie Ward considers the pressures that now weigh on schools when deciding whether they exclude a pupil.' (pages 42-43)

'The art of giving good feedback. Jill Berry looks at how to accurately appraise your colleagues' abilities in a way that everyone can get on board with ...' (pages 50-51)

'Introverts can be leaders too. Iesha Small explains why a gregarious personality needn't be a prerequisite for headship' (pages 66-67)

To read all of these fabulous articles you can get your FREE copy of Primary School Management Magazine here now - enjoy! 

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