Welcome to our #BookOfTheWeek 'The GCSE Mindset' by Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin

14 March 2018

Click here for more information and to purchase a copy of our #BookOfTheWeek 'The GCSE Mindset' by Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin - our best seller at the ASCL conference!

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Here's a treat from us to you! Take a sneak peak inside 'The GCSE Mindset' here.

Take it easy and discover the authors of our #BookOfTheWeek and their work in more detail here.

'The GCSE Mindset' continues to rank high in Amazon's #BestSeller ranking and there are fabulous 5* reviews for you to discover here.

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