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Sharp rise in teachers calling helpline

9th April 2018

Our helpline for education staff has reported a 35% increase in calls from teachers over the past 12 months and a rise in calls from headteachers and deputy heads of 24%.

​Comedy-first a sell-out success for UK education charity

1st March 2018

Brilliant sets from Jack Dee and Stewart Lee together with fantastic hosting by Kerry Godliman made Education Support Partnership’s first-ever comedy fundraiser a roaring sell-out success last night.  

Top names to perform at comedy first for UK education charity

1st February 2018

Laughs are guaranteed with a brilliant comedy line-up including Jack Dee and Stewart Lee for Education Support Partnership’s first-ever comedy fundraiser this month.

Teachers Building Society donates to Education Support Partnership

28th November 2017

Teachers Building Society was delighted to donate £4775 to the Education Support Partnership in July as its annual Charity Saver Account donation.

Pressure on teachers damaging mental health and wellbeing

18th September 2017

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 new YouGov research.

Education charity encourages staff to share their mental health concerns

26th July 2016

Teachers in Wales last year took almost 52,000 days off school due to stress-related illness, new figures have shown.

Research conducted by the National Union of Teachers (NUT) Cymru found that 12 of Wales’ 22 local authorities reported a rise in stress-induced teacher leave in 2015 .

The union’s secretary David Evans said the figures suggested Wales was “bordering on a crisis” in the teaching profession.’