John Beasley has had a highly successful 25 year teaching career as a head of science and later as a deputy head teacher in a school in challenging circumstances, helping to quickly turn it around. More recently, he has worked with his wife Jackie Beere as an Associate Trainer in primary and secondary schools, delivering training on The Perfect (Ofsted) Lesson and concurrently as a University PGCE Tutor, teacher trainer and science consultant in several schools. John edited Jackie’s latest book, The Perfect Teacher and has contributed to other books in the ‘Perfect’ series. This, together with his previous teaching and training experience, led to him writing The Perfect (Ofsted) Science Lesson.
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Book review: Independent Thinking on Loss
A book about the death of a wife and mother and the level of support the family received offers an insight for schools