Welcome to the twelfth book in our monthly feature showcasing a new book available to borrow from your library service. The books are chosen by our team.
This month, we have chosen Know Me To Teach Me – Differentiated discipline for those recovering from adverse childhood experiences by Louise Michelle Bomber
“Know Me To Teach Me is a classic.
“I do not say this lightly, as I have read literally hundred of books and this is one of the most practical and useful I have ever read. I believe it will stand the test of time. Whether you are a parent or a professional, it matters not. What matters is you should read this book. (It) .. Is a gift, a treasury of insight: simple, accessible, functional and can be built upon.
“Not only does Louise provide much needed insight, she provides templates, checklists, scripts and summaries. Included in the book is a Relationship Policy aligned with the invaluable content of the book, one many schools would benefit from to guide their future direction of travel”
Nicky Murray—Headteacher, Claypotts Castle Primary School, Dundee, Scotland
The book is available to borrow from our RSCH library; reserve your copy here.
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