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Marathon running for teachers in crisis

Katy headteacher running London Marathon for teachers in crisis
5th February 2019

We're very grateful to Katy O'Connor, Headteacher of Lessness Heath Primary School. She is running the London Marathon to raise money to help ensure her fellow teachers and education staff can get support when they need it. 

Don't quit teaching yet!

Don't quit teaching
16th January 2019

If stress is making you so ill you’re convinced you’ve picked the wrong profession, maybe there’s a better way? We talk to three teachers who thought about giving up but decided to stay.

Thank you for supporting our Christmas Appeal

Thanks to all our supporters - teacher wellbeing
15th January 2019

We raised an incredible £28,000 from the Christmas campaign and we would like to say a huge thank you to those who generously donated. Every penny will go towards supporting education staff who need us. 

Our helpline rated excellent!

Helpline for teachers and education staff
7th November 2018

We’re delighted with this result as we’re committed to providing the highest quality support services available to the increasing numbers of education staff who call us.

Our Teacher Wellbeing Index highlights stress epidemic

Teacher wellbeing index results 2018
22nd October 2018

Today sees the publication of our Teacher Wellbeing Index 2018conducted in partnership with YouGov. This comprehensive and robust research highlights a stress epidemic and rising mental health issues across the entire UK education workforce. 

Open days - what do you say to parents?

Open days - what to say to parents
9th October 2018

There’s no shortage of advice to parents on what to look for as they do the tour round schools. Somewhat thin on the ground though, or even non-existent, is advice to teachers on how to handle what could be a tricky encounter.