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

In September 2015 Teacher Support Network, Recourse and Worklife Support, merged to create Education Support Partnership. We believe everyone working in education deserves to feel at their best.

A manifesto for wellbeing

Our manifesto sets out policies for the next parliament, which will significantly improve the wellbeing of teachers and the wider education workforce: something, which is proven to relate to student outcomes.

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Teachers need your help!

In this time of crisis in the education sector, teachers need our help more than ever. Please make a donation today to help us continue our vital work supporting education staff.

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How our grant helped the Boonnak family

Teacher Julia and lunchtime supervisor Teerasak, needed financial help to adapt their home for their severely disabled 6-year-old son, Finnan. We were glad to help.

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Events

27th May 2017

UCU's Annual Congress will be taking place in Brighton on Saturday 27th of May to Monday 30th May. 

22nd June 2017

The Telegraph Festival of Education brings together the very best of education's most forward thinking advocates and we thrilled to be joining them! 

22nd June 2017

We hope to meet you at this inspiring and informative conference on the wellbeing of school business managers. 

27th June 2017

We are looking forward to sharing our work with the 'Investing in your workforce' conference hosted by the East Midlands Teaching School Alliance. 

Top resources

Time management and wellbeing at work

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.

Knowing when to say no

Many people are uncomfortable saying no because they do not want to disappoint others, have had negative experiences saying no in the past or don't want to be viewed as uncooperative.

Coping with allegations

We review the impact of allegations on staff health and wellbeing, how stress factors can be mitigated and provide advice on what support is available.

Career progression in education

Whether you are thinking abeut 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.

Relationships at work

Our comprehensive guide will help you build positive relationships at work, identify different types of relationships and suggest ways of managing challenging conversations.

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