Helping you | Education Support
Coronavirus update: We continue to be here to provide mental health and wellbeing support to all education staff.
Helping you

Helping you

Sometimes work (or just life) can be tough. That’s why we offer free, confidential help and support, no matter what your problem.                                                                                                                   

Overwhelmed and burnout - teachers and education staff


We are often much better at knowing the signs that our bodies are suffering but fail to signs that our resilience is low. If we are aware of the signs at the early stages we can take early preventative action. 

Stressed - teachers and education staff

Stressed and anxious

In our 2019 Teacher Wellbeing Index, 72% of education staff and 84% of senior leaders said they had suffered from stress. Here is some practical advice and information to help you manage stress effectively and boost your wellbeing. 

Depressed - teachers and education staff


Depression is a common mental health problem that causes people to experience low mood, loss of interest or pleasure, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, low energy, and poor concentration.

Financial issues - teachers and education staff

Financial difficulties

With costs increasing and pay stagnant more education staff are experiencing financial difficulties. We offer education staff information to help budget, apply for grant funding and manage debt. 

Dealing with personal issues - teachers and education staff

Personal issues

Dealing with difficulties in our personal lives can take its toll on our physical and emotional wellbeing as well as having an impact on our work.  It can be hard to separate what happens inside and outside of work as we are one person, with a mind and body that is with us constantly.

Dealing with personal issues - teachers and education staff

Work-life balance

For people to be able to perform well at work they need a good work life balance ensuring that they get the right levels of sleep, nutrition and exercise. This can be a complicated balancing act for people in education because of the emotional and practical demands of the work.