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How the housing crisis is affecting teachers

Housing crisis affecting teachers
14th June 2017

Many of us are aware that the UK is in the grip of a housing crisis which is already affecting many thousands of working individuals and families. What is perhaps lesser known is the impact it is having on many teachers.   

Goodbye Katy

Katy Smith and Julian Stanley
13th June 2017

Recently we congratulated and said farewell to our colleague and friend, Katy Smith, as she left us for her retirement after working for the charity for over 20 years.

Fight or flight: the choices for educators

Boxing gloves
8th June 2017

Current education policy may make you want to take flight like the husband and wife headteachers who resigned recently. There is a lot we can do to help you stay and fight if you feel caught in that struggle between career and conscience.

Life as a prison educator

Prison teachers
24th May 2017

Prison educator, Stephen Boyce, talks about the specific and unique pressures experienced by education staff working in prisons.

Would you like a coach?

Coaching for teachers
24th May 2017

As we go through life, many people support our progress. Personally, this support has included, at certainly critical points, a selection of coaches.

Meditation & visualisation for stress and anxiety

Mediation and visualisation
8th May 2017

Meditation has become a key technique for many of us to help deal with stress and anxiety. Here Vanessa Potter, who dramatically lost her sight, explains how she used mediation and visualisation to cope and aid her recovery.

Wellbeing: mixed messages or no messages at all?

Teacher wellbeing - mixed messages
26th April 2017

Former headteacher Dr. David Dixon discusses how instead of school leaders and staff kow-towing to ‘the system’, they should look to how the system can work for them to provide a broad and balanced curriculum and a happy environment for staff and students. 

How to discuss the news with your students

Talking to students about the news
31st March 2017

After the recent Westminster attacks in London, we had a heavy reminder that the world has become an increasingly uncertain place. Here we share some techniques for discussing current events with your students.