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Wellbeing tips for the new academic year

As the new academic year begins we asked teachers to share their top tips. We have had some fantastic responses to help make this year a positive one.

How to thrive during your first year as a teacher

So you’ve completed the first part of your training to be a teacher and now it’s time to go into the classroom as a NQT. We look here at the challenges you may face in and offer you tips to help you make a success of it.

Getting to know you

Building relationships with a new class and also the parents of your new students is something every teacher has to do throughout their career. Here are some tips on how to make it work well for you.


27th September 2018

Ed Support CEO Julian Stanley will be delivering the keynote speech for the book launch of the new title from Adrian Bethune

7th November 2018

We'll be on chairing a panel at the SET Annual Conference in Birmingham.


28th November 2018

With high levels of teacher stress and anxiety, record numbers of teachers leaving the profession and ever-increasing workload, staff wellbeing has now become a priority for all schools and their l

Top resources

Take our short stress test to find out what kinds of stress and wellbeing issues may be affecting you.

Find out how a personal budget will help you make the most of your money and avoid over-commitment. It will also help you plan for the future and negotiate with any people you owe money to.

See how your work-life balance stands at the moment and get tips on how to keep things under control.

Our factsheet outlines some key ways to promote staff wellbeing in an education environment. 

You don't have to wait until you're near retirement to begin planning for it. Here's some information to help guide you.

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