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Comprehensively revised and updated annually, The Bristol Guide is, quite simply, an essential handbook for all education professionals – and the 2017/18 version is available now. Keeping you bang up to date with changes in legislation; offering a clear overview of all relevant statutory frameworks and explaining their implications for your everyday practice and responsibilities; outlining the curriculum, examination and inspection systems; providing helpful links to useful websites, and more besides – it’s packed with so much complex, yet clearly explained, vital information that it’s a mystery how it can possibly be so slim, light and portable… and yet that’s exactly what it is. Whether you are a student, NQT, subject specialist or leader, this intelligently designed, attractively presented, and hugely user-friendly manual is an investment you can hardly afford not to make (and at under eight quid, it’s unlikely to break the bank, either); have you got yours yet?
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