For the latest insights into school leadership – read Primary Headship, edited by Steve Mynard.

“If you are only going to read one publication, then this should be the one.” Roz Levin, Headteacher

As a headteacher you will sometimes find that you need support and advice from people who have experience in your field. This is not always possible and can be very frustrating.

Primary Headship is written for, and largely by, primary headteachers. As you know, no two primaries are the same, each primary largely reflecting the community in which it is located. As such, we aim to provide a wide range of articles in every issue, making sure that over a period of several months we cover subjects to interest colleagues in large urban, small rural schools and all those in between. There are also articles for the head taking up their first role as well as those catering for more experienced colleagues who are ready for new challenges.

Published 10 times a year its authoritative, impartial style combined with detailed insight into many areas crucial to headship ensures that Primary Headship will help you in the successful leadership of your school.

Key features of Primary Headship:

  • Thorough: Primary Headship has detailed coverage of key issues related to school leadership.

  • Practical: Primary Headship offers hands-on support by reporting examples or approaches which other schools have used successfully.

  • Focused: Primary Headship covers those area directly relevant to your role as a headteacher.

  • Informed: Primary Headship brings together the most informed and provocative thinking and ideas from authoritative contributors including practising heads, leading academics and senior managers from outside education.

Here is what a few of our subscribers have to say:

“Headship can be a lonely place and sometimes there is no one to talk to and time can be so precious that this clear and concise publication allows me to glean ideas and experiences about current issues and methods that have been successful. Primary Headship therefore allows me/us to gather support, even in an abstract way, and then share it within the School management team and department heads.” P M Pallant, Headteacher

A meaty newsletter that does not take took long to read, yet contains worthwhile articles. keeps me informed and gives me ideas” Clare Neuberger, Headteacher, Menorah Foundation School

The research articles have helped me to refine my vision for the school, and also to build my leadership team. It has also helped me to engage in the “realities” of headship – and not feel alone with the day to day events.” D. Hennessey, Headteacher, SS Peter & Paul’s RC Primary

To experience for yourself the benefits a subscription to Primary Headship can bring, why not subscribe now risk free? Your subscription can be cancelled at any time, simply return the invoice you recieve to us marked ‘cancel’ and a full refund is given on all un-mailed issues.

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