#100wordbookreview The Best Job in The World by Vic Goddard

Having never watched the television show I can’t offer comparisons; what I can offer is my recommendation to anyone interested in school leadership or general autobiographies to read this book.

Vic shares his personal reflections on what makes great leadership and his child centred approach through entertainingly written and accessible anecdotes and examples. The book avoids complex jargon and irrelevant phraseology in order to make this a book both those within and outside of education can enjoy.

Great warmth and integrity underpin the words in this book and it makes a compelling argument for being the right kind of leader.




  1. teachingbattleground · November 9, 2014

    Reblogged this on The Echo Chamber.


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