Prof Mark Brundrett

Selected Publications

  • Brundrett M, Duncan D, Rhodes C. 2010. Leading curriculum innovation in primary schools project: an interim report on school leaders’ roles in curriculum development in England. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 38(4), 403-420. doi>
  • Rhodes C and Brundrett M. 2009. Growing the leadership talent pool: perceptions of heads, middle leaders and classroom teachers about professional development and leadership succession planning within their own schools. Professional Development in Education, vol. 35(3), 381-398. doi>
  • Rhodes C, Brundrett M, Nevill A. 2009. Just the ticket? The National Professional Qualification and the transition to headship in the East Midlands of England. 61, vol. 61, 449-468. doi>
  • Rhodes C and Brundrett M. 2009. Leadership development and school improvement. Educational Review, 361-374.
  • Rhodes C and Brundrett M. 2009. Leadership development and school improvement. EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, vol. 61(4), 361-374. link> doi>

Other Publications

  • Burton N, Brundrett M, Jones M. 2014. Doing Your Education Research Project. SAGE.
  • Brundrett M and Rhodes C. 2014. Researching Educational Leadership and Management. London: Sage.
  • Brundrett M. 2014. The role of Higher Education in preparing teachers. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 42(5), 457-459.
  • Brundrett M, Bottery M, Silcock P, Webb R, Burton N, Duncan D, Zhang W. 2013. Education 3-13. Routledge.
  • Brundrett M. 2013. An evidence-informed view of the curriculum: the ASPE primary curriculum seminar series. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 42(2), 121-124.
  • Brundrett M. 2013. Education for all: the challenges of achieving universal early childhood care and primary education. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 42(3), 233-236.
  • Brundrett M. 2013. Enhancing professionalism in primary education. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 41(3), 251-253.
  • Brundrett M. 2013. Reforming primary education: the need for dialogue and consensus. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 41(2), 121-124.
  • Brundrett M. 2013. Social justice and fairness in primary education: the case for a more ecological view. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 42(1), 1-4.
  • Brundrett M. 2013. The importance of teachers, teaching and school leaders: the ‘silver thread, of the reform agenda for English schools. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 41(5), 459-461.
  • 2012. Principles of School Leadership. SAGE.
  • Brundrett M. 2012. A year of change and a year of anniversaries: Ofsted, the National Curriculum, Education 3-13 and the Prince's Trust. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 40(2), 113-116.
  • Brundrett M and Radwan A. 2012. An Examination of the Ability of the Heads of Department to Make Decisions in Libyan Universities. Innovation in Practice, 121-132.
  • Brundrett M. 2012. Hurdle jumping: overcoming creative blocks. Curriculum Briefing, vol. 10(2), 38-40.
  • Brundrett M. 2012. Leading and managing change. In Principles of School Leadership. London: Sage.
  • Brundrett M and Rhodes C. 2012. Retaining Leadership Talent in Schools. International Studies in Educational Administration, vol. 40(1), 19-34.
  • Brundrett M. 2012. The academisation of education: are schools getting better, worse, or just changing names?. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 40(3), 223-226.
  • Brundrett M. 2012. The National Curriculum review and the importance of clear aims: the need for speed or a time for reflection and consideration?. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 40(5), 445-450.
  • Brundrett M. 2012. Understanding where you’re at now: evaluating for improvement. Curriculum Briefing, vol. 10(3), 14.
  • Brundrett M. 2012. Who is E. D. Hirsch?. Primary First, 18.
  • Zhang W and Brundrett M. 2011. Developing primary leadership in England: an interpretivist perspective. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education. doi>
  • Brundrett M. 2011. Editorial. Education 3-13, vol. 39(1), 1-3.
  • Brundrett M. 2011. How to be an outstanding manager of your curriculum. Curriculum Briefing, vol. 10(1), 3-8.
  • Brundrett M and Duncan D. 2011. Leading curriculum innovation in primary schools. Management in Education.
  • Brundrett M and Torstensson G. 2011. The impact of HIV/ AIDS on primary education in Botswana: educating children as agents of change. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 39(4), 395-414.
  • Brundrett M. 2011. The implementation of government policy on primary education: from analysis to action. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 39(4), 339-342.
  • Davies B and Brundrett M (Eds.). 2010. Developing Successful Leadership. New York: Springer.
  • Brundrett M. 2010. Developing your leadership team. In Developing Successful Leadership. Davies B and Brundrett M (Eds.). New York: Springer.
  • Rhodes C and Brundrett M. 2010. Leadership for learning. In Principles of Educational Leadership and Management (2nd Edition). Bush T (Ed.). London: Sage.
  • Brundrett M and Rhodes C. 2010. Leadership for Learning: Quality and Accountability in Education. London: Routledge.
  • Brundrett M and Duncan D. 2010. Leading Curriculum Innovation in Primary Schools.
  • Brundrett M. 2010. New government, new curriculum: times of change in primary education in the UK. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 1-3.
  • Brundrett M. 2010. Political sensitivity, quality and neo-colonialism in primary education. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 113-116.
  • Zhang W and Brundrett M. 2010. School Leaders’ Perspectives on leadership learning: the case for informal and experiential learning. Managementr in Education, 154-158. doi>
  • Gkolia C, Brundrett M, Switzer J. 2009. An Education Action Zone at work: primary teacher perceptions of the efficacy of a creative learning and collaborative leadership project. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 131-144.
  • Brundrett M. 2009. The global challenges in primary school leadership. International Studies in Educational Administration, 74-90.
  • Brundrett M. 2009. The testing of primary school pupils – time for a complete overhaul of the system?. International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 199-202.
  • Brundrett M. 2009. The testing of primary school pupils – time for a complete overhaul of the system?. International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 199-202.
  • Brundrett M. 2009. The testing of primary school pupils – time for a complete overhaul of the system?. International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 199-202.
  • Hammersley-Fletcher L and Brundrett M. 2008. Collaboration, collegiality and leadership from the headteacher : the complexities of shared leadership in primary school settings. Management in Education, 11-16.
  • Brundrett M and Crawford M (Eds.). 2008. Developing School Leaders: An International Perspective. London: Routledge.
  • Burton N, Brundrett M, Jones M. 2008. Doing Your Research Project: Research Skills for the Educational Practitioner. London: Sage.
  • Brundrett M. 2008. Education in a new era: the ferment in our primary schools. School Leadership and Management, 247-260.
  • Brundrett M. 2008. Education in a new era: the ferment in our primary schools. Education 3-13, 1-2.
  • Brundrett M. 2008. International perspectives on primary and elementary school leadership. School Leadership and Management, 407-411.
  • Rhodes C, Brundrett M, Nevill A. 2008. Leadership and talent identification: perceptions of Heads, middle leaders and classroom teachers in 70 contextually different primary and secondary schools in England. Educational Management Administration and Leadership, 311-336. doi>
  • Brundrett M and Addison R. 2008. Motivation and demotivation of teachers in primary schools: the challenge of change. Education 3-13, 79-94.
  • McNamara O, Webb R, Brundrett M. 2008. Primary teachers: initial teacher education, continuing professional development and school leadership development.
  • Brundrett M. 2008. Professional school leadership: dealing with dilemmas. EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, vol. 60(4), 447-448. link>
  • Brundrett M. 2008. Professional School Leadership: Dealing with Dilemmas. Educational Review, 447-448.
  • Brundrett M. 2008. Raising the profile of primary education. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 310-313.
  • Brundrett M. 2008. Raising the profile of primary education. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 310-313.
  • Brundrett M. 2008. Raising the profile of primary education. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 310-313.
  • Torstensson G and Brundrett M. 2008. The educational impact of HIV/ AIDS in Africa. In Educational Studies: A Reader. Kassem D (Ed.). Milton Keynes: Open University8 Press.
  • Brundrett M. 2008. The legacy of Sir Alec Clegg: Are we witnessing a return to child-centredness in primary education?. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 99-100.
  • Brundrett M and Rhodes C. 2008. What makes my school a good training ground for leadership development?. Management in Education, 18-23.
  • Brundrett M. 2007. Bringing creativity back into primary education. Education 3-13, 105-108.
  • Brundrett M. 2007. Educational Leadership: Ambiguity, Professionals and Managerialism. Educational Management, Administration and Leadership, 432-434.
  • Brundrett M and Gkolia C. 2007. Evaluation of the Bolton Career Development Centre for School Staff.
  • Brundrett M. 2007. How Very Effective Primary Schools Work. School Leadership and Management, 203-204.
  • Brundrett M, Isherwood M, Johnson H. 2007. Performance management – motivating and developing good teachers? The experiences of teachers in a small school. Education 3-13, 71-82.
  • Brundrett M and Anderson de Cuevas R. 2007. Setting an agenda for social justice through leadership development. Management in Education, 44-48.
  • Brundrett M, Gkolia C, Switzer J. 2007. St Helen’s EAZ: creative learning/ collaborative leadership project. Management in Education, 25-29.
  • Brundrett M. 2007. Two decades of reform in education: do we need a review of primary education?. Education 3-13, 1-3.
  • Silcock P and Brundrett M. 2006. Co-constructing learning in primary schools: new perspectives on pedagogy. In Changing Teaching and Learning in the Primary School. Webb R (Ed.). Maidenhead: Open University Press.
  • Brundrett M. 2006. Crisis, what crisis? Teacher satisfaction in times of change. Education 3-13, 197-200.
  • Brundrett M, Slavikova L, Karabac S, Dering A, Nicolaidou M. 2006. Educational leadership development in England and the Czech Republic: comparing perspectives. School Leadership and Management, 93-106.
  • Brundrett M. 2006. Educational research and its implications for educational practice. Education 3-13, 99-102.
  • Brundrett M. 2006. Evaluating the individual and combined impact of national leadership programmes in England: perceptions ad practices. Schgool Leadership and Management, 473-488.
  • Brundrett M, Gkolia C, Switzer J. 2006. Evaluation of the St Helen’s Education Action Zone.
  • Brundrett M, Naylor P, Gkolia C. 2006. Leading from the Middle: an initial study of impact. Management in Education.
  • Brundrett M. 2006. Leading the small rural primary school: the challenges of headship. Education 3-13, 44-48.
  • Brundrett M and Rhodes C. 2006. Planning for leadership succession: creating a talent pool in primary schools. Education 3-13, 259-268.
  • Brundrett M. 2006. The 21st Century Principal. School Leadership and Management, 505.
  • Brundrett M, Fitzgerald T, Sommefeldt D. 2006. The Creation of National Programmes of School Leadership Development in England and New Zealand: a comparative study. International Studies in Educational Administration, 89-106.
  • Brundrett M and Rhodes C. 2006. The identification, development, succession and retention of leadership talent in contextually different primary schools: a case study located within the English West Midlands. School Leadership and Management, 269-288.
  • Brundrett M and Rhodes C. 2006. The Identification, Development, Succession and Retention of Leadership Talent in Schools: A Survey of Primary and Secondary Schools within Selected English Local Education Authorities.
  • Brundrett M. 2006. The impact of leadership training: stories from a small school. Education 3-13, 173-184.
  • Brundrett M and Dering A. 2006. The rise of leadership development programmes: a global phenomenon and a complex web. School Leadership and Managment, 89-92.
  • Brundrett M and Turner-Bisset R. 2006. Very different and very much the same: thirty years of Education 3-13. Education 3-13, 1-4.
  • Brundrett M, Dering A, Slavikovs L, Karabac S, Murden B. 2005. Educational leadership development in Finland, the Netherlands and France: an initial comparative report. Management in Education, 34-37.
  • Brundrett M. 2005. Evaluation of the Impact of Leadership Programmes Project (ILP Project).
  • Brundrett M and Hammersley-Fletcher L. 2005. Leaders on leadership: the thoughts of primary school headteachers and subject leaders. School Leadership and Management, 59-76.
  • Brundrett M and Rhodes C. 2005. Leadership succession in schools: a cause for concern?. Management in Education, 15-18.
  • Burton N and Brundrett M (Eds.). 2005. Leading the Curriculum in the Primary School. London: Sage.
  • Brundrett M and Yeung J. 2005. The effective principal: a case study of Ying Wa College, Hong Kong. Management in Education, 28-31.
  • Brundrett M. 2005. The Essentials of School Leadership. School Leadership and Management, 315-316.
  • Brundrett M. 2005. Theories of Educational Leadership and Management. School Leadership and Management, 210-211.
  • Comber C and Brundrett M. 2004. Evaluation of the ‘Strategic Leadership of ICT’ Programme – National Rollout.
  • Brundrett M. 2004. Leadership and Creativity. Education 3-13, 64-70.
  • Brundrett M, Melini M, Burton N. 2004. Managing LSAs: and evaluation of the use of learning support assistants in an urban primary school. School Leadership and Management, 125-138.
  • Brundrett M. 2004. Policy and Practice in Education 9: School Leadership. School Leadership and Management, 361-362.
  • Brundrett M. 2004. Policy and Practice in Education 9: School Leadership. School Leadership and Management, 361-362.
  • Brundrett M. 2003. International Perspectives on Educational Leadership. International Studies in Educational Administration, 76-77.
  • Brundrett M and Burton N. 2003. Leading high performing schools. In Leadership in Education. Brundrett M, Burton N, Smith R (Eds.). London: Sage.
  • Brundrett M and Terrell I (Eds.). 2003. Learning to Lead in the Secondary School. London: Routledge-Falmer.
  • Brundrett M. 2003. The Moral Imperative of School Leadership. School Leadership and Management, 499.
  • Brundrett M. 2003. The role of the subject leader. In Learning to Lead in the Secondary School. Brundrett M and Terrell I (Eds.). London: Routledge Falmer.
  • Silcock P and Brundrett M. 2002. Competence, Success and Excellence in Teachin. London: Routledge-Flamer.
  • Brundrett M. 2002. Education for Values: Morals, Ethics and Citizenship in Contemporary Teaching. School Leadership and Management, 226.
  • Duncan D, Brundrett M, Silcock P (Eds.). 2002. English Teaching in the Primary School. King's Lynn: Peter Francis.
  • Comber C, Brundrett M, Sommefeldt D, McEune R. 2002. Evaluation of the NCSL/ BECTa Strategic Leadership in ICT Programme (SLICT).
  • Watling R, Busher H, Brundrett M, Harrison J, Wortley A. 2002. External Evaluation of the Nottinghamshire Improving the Quality of Education for All Project.
  • Brundrett M. 2002. Extra Learning: new opportunities for the out of school hours. School Leadership and Management, 96.
  • Brundrett M, Burton N, Smith R (Eds.). 2002. Leadership in Education. London: Sage.
  • Brundrett M. 2002. Mission, Faith and Management: Co-constructing Leadership in a Beacon School. Education 3-13, 42-47.
  • Brundrett M. 2002. Professional Leadership in Schools. School Leadership and Management, 226-227.
  • Brundrett M and Terrell I. 2002. School Effectiveness and Improvement: A Review of the Literature.
  • Burton N and Brundrett M (Eds.). 2002. The Beacon Schools Experience: Developing the Curriculum, King’s Lynn. King's Lynn: Peter Francis.
  • Brundrett M and Burton N. 2001. Beacon school leadership: nurturing success?. Management in Education, 25-26.
  • Brundrett M. 2001. Learning Schools: Learning Systems. School Leadership and Management, 242-243.
  • Silcock P and Brundrett M. 2001. Managing the Curriculum: Implications for Management. In Managing the Curriculum. Middlewood D and Burton N (Eds.). London: Paul Chapman.
  • Brundrett M, Duncan D, Smith G. 2001. Re-creating the ‘Virtuous Circle’: new directions in the teaching of English. In The Primary School Curriculum. Brundrett M, Duncan D, Silcock P (Eds.). King's Lynn: Peter Francis.
  • Brundrett M. 2001. School leadership preparation in England and the USA: a comparative analysis. Educational Management and Administration, 229-245.
  • Brundrett M. 2001. Sharing success: the development of the First Beacon Schools in England. International Studies in Educational Administration, 19-28.
  • Brundrett M and Burton N. 2001. The first year of Beacon School status: maintaining excellence and sharing success. School Leadership and Management, 489-498.
  • Brundrett M. 2001. The Politics of Professionalism: Teachers and the Curriculum. School Leadership and Management, 240-241.
  • Brundrett M, Duncan D, Silcock P (Eds.). 2001. The Primary School Curriculum: developing effective teaching. King's Lynn: Peter Francis.
  • Brundrett M. 2000. Beyond Competence: The Challenge for Educational Management. King's Lynn: Peter Francis.
  • Brundrett M. 2000. Bringing Out the Best in Teachers: What Effective Principals Do. School Leadership and Management, 395-396.
  • Brundrett M. 2000. Bringing Out the Best in Teachers: What Effective Principals Do. School Leadership and Management, 395-396.
  • Brundrett M. 2000. Hackney Downs: The School That Dared to Fight. School Leadership and Management, 113.
  • Brundrett M. 2000. If You Want to Lead, Not Just Manage: A Primer for Principals. School Leadership and Management, 499.
  • Brundrett M. 2000. Manager or scholar for the top job?.
  • Brundrett M. 2000. Reclaiming Education. School Leadership and Management, 500-501.
  • Brundrett M. 2000. The development of the Beacon Schools Scheme. In The Beacon School Experience: case studies in excellence. Brundrett M and Burton N (Eds.). King’s Lynn: Peter Francis.
  • Brundrett M. 2000. The International Handbook of School Effectiveness Research. The International Handbook of School Effectiveness Research, 394-395.
  • Brundrett M. 2000. The question of competence: the origins, strengths and inadequacies of an educational paradigm. School Leadership and Management, 353-370.
  • Brundrett M and Burton N. 1999. Beacons should relax and enjoy their success.
  • Brundrett M. 1999. Education Management Training and Development: lessons from the past. In Principles of School Leadership. Brundrett M (Ed.). King’s Lynn: Peter Francis.
  • Brundrett M (Ed.). 1999. Principles of School Leadership. King's Lynn: Peter Francis.
  • Brundrett M. 1999. The Educator’s Guide to Solutioning. School Leadership and Management, 516.
  • Brundrett M. 1999. The National Professional Qualification for Headship: perceptions of the providers of taught higher degrees in educational management in England and Wales. School Leadership and Management, 497-510.
  • Brundrett M. 1999. The range of provision of taught higher degrees in educational management in England and Wales. International Studies in Educational Administration, 43-59.
  • Brundrett M. 1999. Transforming Learning with Block Scheduling: A Guide for Principals. School Leadership and Management, 390-391.
  • Brundrett M. 1999. Whole Faculty Study Groups: a powerful way to enhance learning. School Leadership and Management, 389-390.
  • Brundrett M. 1998. The literacy hour: an end to the reading debate?. Education Today, 3-6.
  • Brundrett M. 1998. What lies behind collegiality, legitimation or control?. Educational Management and Administration, 10-27.
  • Brundrett M. 1997. Who should teach teachers? Political ideology and teacher education in England and Wales. Education Today, 42-49.
  • Brundrett M. 1995. Technology in the Classroom. Halifax: Norwood.
  • Brundrett M. 1994. Making Change Happen. Education Today, 3.
  • Brundrett M. 1991. The virtuous circle: creating a primary school language policy. Education Today, 28-325.
  • Brundrett M. 1990. Information technology in the classroom: a radical approach to implementation. Education Today, 32-34.
  • Brundrett M. Labour proposals for the development of the education system in England: too much, too little or just right. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 42(4), 351-356.
  • Brundrett M (Ed.). Principles of School Leadership (2nd Edition). London: Sage.
  • Brundrett M and Burton N (Eds.). The Beacon School Experience: Case Studies in Excellence. 2000: Peter Francis.
  • Brundrett M and Rhodes C. The journey into headship: an evaluation of the route from the National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) to Headship in the East Midlands.
  • Brundrett M. The National Curriculum Review, access to schooling and early years education. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 39(2), 103-105.
  • Brundrett M. The National Curriculum review: remit and response. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, vol. 39(3), 217-220.


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