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Beyond Wiping Noses
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Beyond Wiping Noses: Building an informed approach to pastoral leadership in schools

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9781785835049

Publication Date: 30 Sep 2020

Suitable for: Secondary (Year 12, Year 13)

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Stephen Lane's Beyond Wiping Noses: Building an informed approach to pastoral leadership in schools sets out the crucial role of pastoral care as part of the function and purpose of schooling - and shares practical insights on how schools can get it right.

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Stephen Lane's Beyond Wiping Noses: Building an informed approach to pastoral leadership in schools sets out the crucial role of pastoral care as part of the function and purpose of schooling - and shares practical insights on how schools can get it right.

Within the current culture of interest in developing research-informed approaches to teaching, the focus has inevitably been focused around pedagogy. However, with the well-documented increase in pupil anxiety and mental ill-health in recent times, there is also a pressing need for schools and teachers to embrace a more rigorous approach to pastoral care.

In this urgently needed book, teacher and Head of Year Stephen Lane (aka Sputnik Steve) presents a case for developing a research-informed approach to the pastoral aspect of teaching. This approach is the result of Stephen's own explorations of pastoral practice - and in Beyond Wiping Noses he offers helpful advice on how to design a knowledge-rich pastoral curriculum that encompasses both knowledge of the self and knowledge of the other.

Stephen expertly surveys the field of pastoral provision and leadership and provides practical takeaways around how schools can build an integrated approach to taking care of their pupils. He considers how pastoral routines can be embedded in the curriculum and developed to take account of cognitive load theory and Rosenshine's principles of instruction.

The book also includes chapters focused on key pastoral considerations - such as safeguarding, behaviour, bullying, and wellbeing and mental health.

Suitable for teachers, school leaders and anyone with a pastoral role in any school setting.

Contents

Acknowledgements
Foreword
Safeguarding
Introduction
Chapter 1: Pastoral roles
Chapter 2: What research?
Chapter 3: A knowledge-rich pastoral curriculum
Chapter 4: Bullying
Chapter 5: Wellbeing, mental health and attachment
Chapter 6: Behaviour
Chapter 7: Character
Chapter 8: remote pastoral
Conclusion
References and further reading
About the author

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Dewey
371.4
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30 Sep 2020
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ISBN
9781785835049
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Paperback
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160
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156mm
Height
234mm
Weight
310g
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A4

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