Education Support Partnership Blog

Teacher suffering stress & panic attacks turns to our helpline for support

Laura Braun and her family
30th August 2016

Laura Braun was miserable and suffering from panic attacks. A call to our helpline clarified what she wanted out of her life and career.

NQT Special: Do you know how and when to say no?

Young teacher in the classroom
23rd August 2016

Both NQTs and more experienced teachers can often find it difficult to say no. Julian Stanley explores how teachers can turn down additional requests on their time in a professional manner.

NQT Special: How to protect your wellbeing

Young teacher in the classroom
19th August 2016

Our CEO, Julian Stanley, offers some pointers to help new teachers protect their wellbeing and mental health.

NQT keeps roof over her and her son’s head with our help

4th August 2016

Single parent Simone was struggling to pay her mortgage after starting her NQT year so contacted us for help. 

Our financial support helps Fiona avoid eviction

Flats in London
4th August 2016

Fiona was determined to educate herself after a difficult start in life. During her teacher training she was threatened with eviction and we stepped in to help. 

Make going #BackToSchool stress-free!

2nd August 2016

After a long (and hopefully!) hot summer you may be thinking about the new term ahead. To make sure #backtoschool is as painless as possible we look at what you can do to manage your workload and avoid stress in the year ahead.

Making the most of your summer holidays

28th July 2016

Kathryn Lovewell, teacher and author, gives some top tips on ensuring that you make the most of the long summer school holiday.

Handling money difficulties as a supply teacher

12th July 2016

Money difficulties are one of the most common problems that supply teachers face. Here is some advice to help you manage your money in advance of the long school holiday.  

The gender imbalance in schools

8th July 2016

Is the gender imbalance in teaching linked to the gender imbalance in pupils’ outcomes? It is a question more people are asking. Our Chief Executive, Julian Stanley looks at the role teacher recruitment and retention has to play.