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Taking time out might actually save you time...

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30th November 2016

Education Support Partnership Associate, Sue Hugo, explains why and how taking time out can help you to concentrate on and balance your workload better than ever. 

NQT Special Edition: you are not alone!

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28th November 2016

Most NQTs will have doubts and stresses as they face the challenge of their first year in teaching. Our CEO, Julian Stanley, offers some reassurance and some tips to help you survive

Leadership wellbeing: It’s good to talk

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11th November 2016

With huge pressure on today’s school leaders, our Chief Executive, Julian Stanley discusses the programmes offering wellbeing and mental health support to school leaders. 

Find your bliss and act on it, for the benefit of all your learners

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9th November 2016

Teachers need to find their joy, sense of purpose and balance to inspire students and rediscover the joy of teaching says Education Support associate Alex Bell. 

Dealing with sexual violence: a guide for teachers

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8th November 2016

This can be a difficult subject for any teacher to broach so here are some strategies for teaching your pupils to recognise, challenge and avoid sexual violence.

Teacher supply: Education Select Committee

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2nd November 2016

On the 19th of October 2016 we attended the Education Select Committee final meeting on teacher supply. We have summarised the key themes and suggestions from committee witnesses. 

Mindfulness: making better leaders

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1st November 2016

You don’t have to be wearing saffron robes and sitting on a mountain to utilise mindfulness in daily life. College principal Stuart Rimmer explains how to incorporate mindfulness into leadership practice.

Relationships at work: a guide

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26th October 2016

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

Managing disagreements

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20th October 2016

Education staff manage relationships with numerous people including colleagues, managers, parents and students. It is therefore inevitable that a disagreement will happen at some point so learning how to manage them productively is vital.

Mental health: you're not alone

10th October 2016

On #WorldMentalHealthDay we took a look at the challenges we face in tackling the mental health crisis in teaching, as well as action we can take in the short-term.

Sharing why you #LoveTeaching

6th October 2016

On #WorldTeachersDay Education Support Partnership asked you to share why you love your job!

Crying in cupboards: what happens when teachers are bullied

7th September 2016

​Pat Bricheno and Mary Thornton have written a new book about the experiences of teachers who have been bullied. They share some of what they discovered here.