Book giveaway – win one of five copies of ‘The Art of Being a Brilliant Teenager’

Capstone has kindly offered 5 copies of ‘The Art of Being a Brilliant Teenager’ to 5 Schools Improvement Net readers/Twitter followers – just look for any of our tweets using the hashtag #BrilliantTeenager, follow and RT to enter…

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UPDATE: the competition is now closed and the winners have been selected

Mechanic: At 8am on Tuesday (2nd December 2014) we will use to pick at random 5 people who have RT’d one of our #BrilliantTeenager tweets as winners. We will contact these winners through twitter for their postal details, forward them to Capstone and they will mail the books out. We will also select 5 reserves in case we have not heard back from the winning twitter accounts by the end of the month. No other details will be collected or used for any other purposes.


See more about “The Art of Being a Brilliant Teenager” at Amazon


See Darrell Woodman’s guest post: Inspiring Students to be Brilliant – Top Tips for busy teachers


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  1. hayleymc2222

    SchoolsImprove j_wright_83 would you consider providing one of these books for a teachmeet raffle prize? Looks great! #tpsteachmeet

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