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Headmaster publishes his first book

HOT off the Press.....or HOT on your Kindle. Headmaster, Hans van Mourik Broekman, publishes his first book.
27 Jun 2020
School News
Front Cover of the new book
Front Cover of the new book
During the lockdown, the Principal of Liverpool College wrote a book for his staff which has now
been published. It is a reflection on schools and a rumination about how they might do things
differently or even better. It covers the issues and challenges facing educators today and offers some
solutions which clearly reveal the way Liverpool College and its ethos and mission have a role to play
in education today. The book is being published at cost through LC Press

"By turns, philosophical, funny, rueful, wistful and infuriating, this book will inspire teachers, school leaders, policymakers, parents, and pupils to think about school in a new way."

Available for download or in paperback at

Hans van Mourik Broekman


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