Daniel Sobel's Leading on Pastoral Care: A Guide to Improving Outcomes for Every Student
Written by a leading expert in the field of inclusion, Leading on Pastoral Care assists leaders and SENCOs in primary and secondary schools in managing the most difficult aspects of providing effective pastoral care, such as paperwork, time, confrontational parents and Ofsted. Drawing on Research
and his extensive experience in leading a team that has worked with over 1,000 schools, Daniel Sobel presents tried-and-tested strategies, Tools
to support the welfare of and improve outcomes for the most challenged and vulnerable students, all backed by case studies and real-life examples. Pastoral care - being responsible for the welfare and progress of all students, particularly the most vulnerable - is an essential part of any leadership or SENCO role. However, one of the most significant challenges in providing such care is being able to manage Resources
as well as staff, students, parents and external agencies, especially when Time
and money are scarce. It is all too easy for schools to expend Time
and money to support their most vulnerable students, but there are many solutions that can be put into practice to provide the best pastoral care as efficiently and effectively as possible. This book is essential reading for all primary and secondary middle leaders, senior leaders and SENCOs who wish to provide the best support possible for their most vulnerable students, all while reducing pressure, stress and workload for themselves and their staff.