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Exam stress - teachers feel it too!

10th April 2018

With so much emphasis on exam stress faced by students and their parents, it’s often forgotten what a truly stressful time this also is for teachers and everyone working in education. So it’s vital you take good care of yourself. 

Spring into spring!

Spring into spring - wellbeing for teachers
10th April 2018

Spring can be very energising, a delightful season full of promise, hope and new beginnings. Find out how to make the most of the season to bookst your energy and sense of wellbeing. 

Retention: a glimmer of hope

Teacher retention
29th March 2018

Low pay, high workload and an eroding of professional autonomy are huge retention challenges – but there is hope, says Julian Stanley.

Time for a digital detox?

Digital detox for teachers
28th March 2018

Are you one of many people thinking about deleting your Facebook account due to the massive data breach by Cambridge Analytica? Could this be the spur you’ve been waiting for to try a digital detox? We take a look at the benefits of going “off grid”.

Is now the time to embrace flexible working?

Teacher with a pupil
8th March 2018

With the recruitment and retention crisis getting worse, a simple solution is to do more to support women stay in their jobs. We look at the experiences of women who have asked for more flexibility and share some top tips to help makes possitive changes to working practices.

Teaching and parenting: are they compatible?

Parenting and teaching
7th March 2018

Keziah Featherstone, co-founder and national leader for #WomenEd, discusses the difficulties of combining teaching and parenting in the current climate of ever increasing pressures on the profession. 

Flexible working in schools

Time management & wellbeing clock
7th March 2018

There is a growing momentum behind efforts to make flexible and part-time working in schools a reality. Julian Stanley explains.

Our first ever comedy night fundraiser!

Comedy night fundraiser for teachers
22nd February 2018

Laughs are guaranteed at our first-ever comedy fundraiser hosted by Kerry Godliman and starring Jack Dee and Stewart Lee at Islington’s Union Chapel. Here is everything you need to know about the event. 

The health benefits of laughter

Health benefits of laughter for teachers
7th February 2018

You might not realise how powerful laughter can be. Not only can it reduce stress but it also has significant benefits for physical wellbeing including reducing blood pressure and strengthening your immune system. Find out more. 

The importance of voice care for teachers

Voice care for teachers
1st February 2018

Voice care is incredibly important for teachers and vocal damage is a big risk especially during the winter months. We share why voice care is so vital and top tips from the Royal College of Speech and Language to help look after your voice.