Subject Leaders' Handbooks
Each book in this series has been written to stand alone, though as a comprehensive set they will prove an essential addition to every primary staffroom bookshelf. There is a book for every major subject area, plus books dealing with OfSTED inspections, creating a whole schools assessment policy, managing the curriculum effectively for pupils with special educational needs, and coordinating the curriculum in the smaller primary school.
Every titles in the Subject Leader's Handbook Series has been written and designed particularly for primary teachers with responsibility for coordinating a specific part of the curriculum. They take teachers step by step through every stage of coordinating their subject and provide valuable information for those new to being a subject leader. Packed with jargon-free advice and containing a wealth of tips and suggestions for practice, some books have photocopiabe resources. Each handbook will focus on two essential aspects of a subject leader's role:
*Coordination - A role which emphasises harmonising, bringing together, making links, establishing routines and common practice
*Subject leadership - A role which emphasises information, offering expertise and direction, guiding the development of the subject and raising standards.
With the increasing pressure on primary teachers to develop their subject expertise and enthuse and motivate colleagues, these practical, comprehensive and accessible handbooks will show then what to do, how to do it, and how to be effective.