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Coronavirus update: We continue to be here to provide mental health and wellbeing support to all education staff.


Meet Barry the vulnerable teacher in isolation

Vulnerable teacher coronavirus
1st April 2020

Barry has a health condition that makes him 'vulnerable' and is teaching from self-isolation. His experiences described here are based on true stories shared with Emma Kell by different teachers in the last fortnight. 

Emails: information or intrusion

Emails - teachers and education staff wellbeing
3rd March 2020

Email communication can negatively impact staff wellbeing. Andrew Cowley looks at the pitfalls of email communications and how to develop protocols that priortise staff wellbeing. 

The impact of workload school leaders

Mental health and wellbeing of headteachers and school leaders
26th February 2020

Current education policy is not addressing the mental health and wellbeing of school leaders say Jonathan Glazzard and Samuel Stones of Carnegie School of Education at Leeds Beckett University.

Feedback, not marking

Feedback not marking - teacher workload
29th January 2020

Mrs Humanities reduced her workload by making the move from marking to feedback in the classroom. Here she shares how she did it whilst ensuring students received timely, useful feedback to enable them to progress.