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"Mr Brighouse and Mr Woods use case studies from a range of schools to illustrate their advice, acknowledging the fact that every school is unique and faces different challenges. The authors also introduce the concept of "butterflies" - small interventions that they feel can have a disproportionately large and beneficial impact on a school' success. These cover a range of topics including seating plans, student supervisors, sending birthday cards to year 7 students, and improving communication between staff and governors. The potential impact of these steps is clearly described for each of the suggestions offered" SecEd

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Tim Brighouse is Commissioner for London Schools and visiting professor at the Institute of Education at London University. He is a sought after speaker, author and has broadcast on UK radio and television. David Woods works as an Educational Consultant for the DfES as the Lead London Challenge Adviser and Chair of several School Improvement Partnership Boards and Federations across the UK.

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