Hairdresser or Footballer: Bridging the gender gap in schools
How and why gender is an issue
This is a book for parents, teachers and leaders who wish to re-shape the gender narrative and rethink the strategies and ideas schools, organisations and the general public can offer to boys and girls. Challenging stereotypes and bias, ‘Hairdresser or Footballer?’ suggests we can start to do.
Having blogged on this website since 2008, Bloomsbury asked Ross Morrison McGill to write his first book, 100 Ideas – Outstanding Lessons (2013), selling 20,000+ copies as well as reaching the top-30 of all books on Amazon 3 months after publication. Ross' second book, Teacher Toolkit: helping you survive your first 5 years (2015) is popular with new teachers and was Ross' first bespoke volume of work with artists Jean Jullien and influencer, Polly Nor. Ross' third book has reached international success and pre-printed copies sold out before publication date! Today, Mark Plan Teach (2017) has also sold over 25,000 copies across the world and has made Ross, Bloomsbury’s most successful education author, ever!
He has just published his fourth book, Just Great Teaching...