Coaching & Leadership Development
3 Great School Leadership Reads

3 Great School Leadership Reads

1. Mental Health and Wellbeing in The Learning and Teaching Environment Edited by Colin R. Martin, Mick P. Fleming and Hugh Smith                                                                                       This paradigm-shifting book draws on expertise from key opinion leaders within the academic research fields of education and mental health. The book considers the relationship between mental health and education in an evidence-based and practice-focused way. It is the first book of its kind to examine the complex problems associated with today’s high-stress, high-emotion learning and teaching environments which affects both learners and leaders of learning alike.It is an important and timely text that offers new hope in tackling the alarming mental health crisis in our schools and colleges. The book bears witness to the fact that with a growing number of students struggling with mental health problems and with schools full of pupils with a wide diversity of abilities, behaviours, needs and diagnosable conditions, teaching and school leadership have become some of the most challenging and stressful jobs imaginable. Crucially, the text also highlights the serious impact which the behaviour of pupils, teacher and school leaders can have on each other. We now understand that relationships in schools are fundamental to intellectual and behavioural growth for pupils and that many significant mental health problems of adults have their origins in childhood. In light of this, it is vital that those in education have all the tools and support necessary...