The UK's only charity providing mental health and wellbeing support services to all education staff and organisations.

Laura's story

Primary school teacher, Laura was miserable and suffering from panic attacks due the pressures of the job. A call to our helpline clarified what she wanted out of her life and career.

Taking time out might actually save you time...

Staff wellbeing expert, Sue Hugo, explains why and how taking time out can help you to concentrate on and balance your workload better than ever.

The funny thing about teaching..

Need something to look forward to in 2018? Come to our comedy night on February 26th at Union Chapel London starring Kerry Godliman & Jack Dee. Early Bird tickets on sale now!

Events

26th February 2018

Hosted by the charmingly straight-talking and quick-witted Kerry Godliman, the star-studded line-up will include teachers-turned-comedians Jo D’Arcy and Rob Rouse, Mock the Week regular, Angela Barnes and king of deadpan humour; Jack Dee.

Top resources

Effectively managing time and high workloads is a challenge for all those working in education. Whatever your role here are some useful techniques to help.

Whether you are thinking about progressing your teaching career or changing focus to a non-teaching position in the education sector, the information below gives some tips on how to move through the career ladder.

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

An overwhelming majority of the UK’s education professionals say they have suffered physical and mental health issues as a result of their jobs according to our latest annual Health Survey by YouGov.

You don't have to wait until you're near retirement to begin planning for it. The sooner you begin making arrangements, the smoother the whole process will be. The following information and resources can help guide you.

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