Andrew Cope lives with his wife and two children in a small town near Derby. He really does have a dog called Lara, who has one sticky-up ear and came from the RSPCA. He suspects she could be a secret agent but she hides her identity well.

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Andrew Cope lives with his wife and two children in a small town near Derby. He really does have a dog called Lara, who has one sticky-up ear and came from the RSPCA. He suspects she could be a secret agent but she hides her identity well.

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Andy Cope (born 1966) is a happiness researcher and children's author . Spy Dog], Spy Pups and Spy Cat series (Puffin). [1] [2] Andy has also written Racoon Rampage and Racoon Rampage: The Raid for Harper Collins

Andy's talks are often very funny. However, he is always at pains to suggest that behind the humour lies a dozen years of research and that by applying the habits of the 2%ers, people can massively improve their lives.

Andy and his team deliver keynotes and workshops all over the world. He has also developed an 'embedded model' of delivery for schools, in which young people are tasked to design and deliver their own wellbeing curriculum. This is born out of a frustration with the current 'exam factory' education system in which there is frequent burn-out of staff and children. His ambition is to get positive psychology (that is, happiness, wellbeing, strengths, resilience, character, goal-setting, self belief, ambition, altruism, mindfulness...) onto the curriculum. If you meet Andy you'll soon discover that he has a passion to make 'GCSE Wellbeing' sit alongside Maths & English.

Sophie's new teacher is having some bad luck - first her house is broken into, and then the school! But this is a robbery with a difference - the thieves don't steal anything!

Super Spy Dog LARA has an A* in catching criminals . . can she solve the mystery of the break-ins before the baddies strike again? With her pups Spud and Star by her side, it's LARA to the rescue!

Title: Spy Dog Teacher's Pet

Andrew Cope lives with his wife and two children in a small town near Derby. He really does have a dog called Lara, who has one sticky-up ear and came from the RSPCA. He suspects she could be a secret agent but she hides her identity well.

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Andrew Cope lives with his wife and two children in a small town near Derby. He really does have a dog called Lara, who has one sticky-up ear and came from the RSPCA. He suspects she could be a secret agent but she hides her identity well.

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Andy Cope (born 1966) is a happiness researcher and children's author . Spy Dog], Spy Pups and Spy Cat series (Puffin). [1] [2] Andy has also written Racoon Rampage and Racoon Rampage: The Raid for Harper Collins

Andy's talks are often very funny. However, he is always at pains to suggest that behind the humour lies a dozen years of research and that by applying the habits of the 2%ers, people can massively improve their lives.

Andy and his team deliver keynotes and workshops all over the world. He has also developed an 'embedded model' of delivery for schools, in which young people are tasked to design and deliver their own wellbeing curriculum. This is born out of a frustration with the current 'exam factory' education system in which there is frequent burn-out of staff and children. His ambition is to get positive psychology (that is, happiness, wellbeing, strengths, resilience, character, goal-setting, self belief, ambition, altruism, mindfulness...) onto the curriculum. If you meet Andy you'll soon discover that he has a passion to make 'GCSE Wellbeing' sit alongside Maths & English.

Spy Dog Teacher s Pet


Spy Dog Teacher s Pet by Andrew Cope - Penguin Books

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