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29th May 2015 at 01:00

In Defense of a Liberal Education by Fareed Zakaria (W W Norton) ISBN 9780393247688

Zakaria calls for a renewed commitment to the liberal arts, arguing that the skills it develops, such as communication, creativity and lateral thinking, are invaluable in the modern world, no matter what your profession.

What the Jackdaw Saw by Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt (Macmillan) ISBN 9781447280842

This book about friendship and sign language features bright, accessible illustrations. It was created by The Gruffalo's author with a group of deaf children, in a workshop organised by the charity Life and Deaf.

Good Ideas for Good Teachers Who Want Good Jobs

by Gerald Haigh (Crown House Publishing) ISBN 9781845909512

This guide contains everything you need to know about career progression. Haigh tackles each step of the career ladder and offers ideas for good teaching.

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