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

Resources

Teacher with a pupil

This guide provides advice and information on how to effectively manage classroom behaviour. 

Gail Kinman - wellbeing of higher education staff

Our CEO Sinéad Mc Brearty is joined by Professor Gail Kinman, Birkbeck, University of London, an occupational health psychologist and leading light on research on wellbeing in the higher education workforce. They discuss the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the wellbeing of higher education staff and what can be done to support them. 

Coping with bereavement - teachers and education staff

Our CEO Sinéad Mc Brearty is joined by Clinical Psychologist and Director of The Loss Foundation, Dr Erin Hope Thompson to talk about dealing with bereavement in the context of the current lockdown, with a particular focus on how this impacts on teachers and education staff.

Nick Juba - Greater Brighton Metropolitan College  - staff wellbeing in further education

In the first of our ‘in conversation’ videos, Education Support’s CEO Sinéad Mc Brearty speaks with Nick Juba, CEO of Greater Brighton Metropolitan College about his perspective on staff wellbeing issues in further education.

Grief - teachers and education staff

Based on the work of Dr William Worden, psychotherapist Ben Amponsah outlines ways teachers and education staff can manage feelings of grief and loss at this time of uncertainty and huge changes to our way of life.

Isolation - teachers and education staff

In this short video from Channel 4 News Doctor Radha Modgil, an NHS GP, gives advice on how people can stay mentally healthy and happy while in self-isolation. 

 

 

Phases of grief - teachers and education staff

In this short video from The Loss Foundation Dr Kirsten Smith, Clinical Psychologist and research fellow at Oxford University, talks through the phases of grief, helping you better understand what grief and bereavement can look like. 

Tips for looking after teachers and education staff during coronavirus

There are a wide range of issues affecting the mental healh and wellbeing of teachers and education staff right now. We have developed these tips to help you look after yourself in these extraordinary times. 

We have developed a new helpline poster for teachers and education staff during this current crisis. Please share to ensure that education staff both current and retired areaware that they can get emotional support from our confidential helpline.

Dealing with caring responsibilities - teachers and education staff

Here's some information about what you can do to get support if you have caring responsilibities.