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Impact: A five-part framework for making a difference in schools

Written by Nick Hart

Key Stage 2 Key Stage 3 Personal Social Health Economic (PSHE) Reference Books

Impact: A five-part framework for making a difference in schools Synopsis

From influential Executive Headteacher Nick Hart comes Impact, a practical framework for improving outcomes for children in both primary and secondary classrooms, helping them thrive and succeed. Impact provides a strategy for thinking about, planning for and maximising the impact of teaching in your school.

All educational establishments require leaders and teachers who can make a difference, regardless of the community context, age range or Ofsted grading of the school. This book condenses the knowledge that educators need and offers practical steps to improve academic attainment and progress, as well as pastoral outcomes such as social and emotional development, behaviour, attendance and wellbeing.

Impact is ideal for the aspiring middle leader striving to make a difference in their school, the middle leader tasked with raising standards in their subject or phase, and the senior leader working on school improvement.

Nick Hart identifies a five-part framework for understanding what impact really looks like, helping educators at all levels to plan for and recognise the difference they can make in their classroom, department or school. This book is the perfect tool to inform professional development, subject action plans and school development plans in a very practical way.

Impact: A five-part framework for making a difference in schools Press Reviews

'Nick Hart's focus upon the golden thread from leadership behaviours through to pupils' learning makes Impact the best school leadership book I have read for a very long time.' - John Tomsett, Educational Consultant and Author, @johntomsett

'It's one thing to provide theoretical models for school improvement, it's quite another to make these intelligible and practical for time-pressed colleagues in busy schools. Nuanced and actionable insights for anyone working to improve outcomes for pupils.' - Mary Myatt, Education Writer, Founder Myatt & Co, @MaryMyatt

'Nick raises lots of the questions that have crossed my mind when trying to tackle school improvement, but more importantly, he also goes on to address them with his usual deep thinking and clarity.' - Michael Tidd, Headteacher, East Preston Junior School, @michaelt1979

Book Information

ISBN: 9781801990141
Publication date: 18th August 2022
Author: Nick Hart
Publisher: Bloomsbury Education an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 160 pages
Year Groups: Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3
Topics: Personal Social Health Economic , Reference Books

About Nick Hart

Nick Hart is the Executive Headteacher of two primary schools in Berkshire and is the course lead for the National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) at the Ambition Institute. Nick is the organiser of ResearchEd Berks, and also speaks regularly at education conferences and events including UKEdChat. He blogs at www.thisismyclassroom.wordpress.com. Follow him on Twitter @MrNickHart.

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