Originally published in 1989. This book, which was one of the first to take account of the recommendations of the Education Reform Act which came into effect in September 1988, provides a practical overview of primary school management from resources, which include staff, space, equipment and finance, to relationships with outside bodies, governors, parents, teachers, children and non-teaching staff.
Table of Contents
Foreword Peter Robinson Introduction 1. Relationships with the Governing Body 2. Relationships with Parents 3. Relationships with the LEA 4. Relationships with the DES: the Role of HMI 5. The Effective Headteacher 6. Managing One’s Own Time 7. Managing the Curriculum 8. Managing Financial Resources 9. Managing Change 10. Managing for Continuity 11. Evaluating and Developing the Work of the School 12. Staff Selection and Appointment 13. Staff Development