This book is practical, inspiring and, as all educational books should be, peppered with surprises. I shall feel less insecure in the next KS1 classroom I visit.'FONT DIVFred Sedgwick is a poet, former headteacher and the author of numerous books in the areas of literature, expressive arts, education and creativity./DIV/DIV Lists range from planning activites and dealing with special educational needs to working with parents, teaching assistants and other colleagues.
Penny Tassoni trained and worked as an early years and primary teacher before lecturing in a FE college on a range of childhood studies courses. She is currently an author, trainer and consultant.
1. Starting out; 2. Layout and organisation; 3. Planning; 4. Observation and assessment; 5. Working with children; 6. Parents; 7. Working with others; 8. Special needs and inclusion; 9. Staying safe; 10. Moving on.