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World Mental Health Day: practical information

Teacher wellbeing on World Mental Health Day
5th October 2017

It is World Mental Health Day this Tuesday 10th October so we have compiled our latest guides, factsheets, blogs and video for practical advice on addressing wellbeing and mental health issues. We hope you find these useful. Please share them with your friends and colleagues who work in education. 

Words of wisdom for NQTs

31st August 2017

Retired teachers offer a wealth of knowledge and experience to the younger generation. We have collected together some of their words of encouragement for NQTs. 

Too busy to read this blog? Then read this blog....

6th July 2017

What does ‘busy’ mean? Is ‘busy’ a badge of honour, or a brag, in what sometimes feels like an arms race of workload, deadlines and pressure currently pervading schools and colleges? Or is ‘busy’ some sort of plea, where we are telling others that we have taken on too much?

How the housing crisis is affecting teachers

14th June 2017

Many of us are aware that the UK is in the grip of a housing crisis which is already affecting many thousands of working individuals and families. What is perhaps lesser known is the impact it is having on many teachers.   

Life as a prison educator

24th May 2017

Prison educator, Stephen Boyce, talks about the specific and unique pressures experienced by education staff working in prisons.

Top 5 wellbeing tips supply teachers

2nd May 2017

Working as a supply teacher is very rewarding, but there is no doubt that it can be a challenge at times especially as the long summer break comes up. Look after yourself with these tips for better wellbeing.