Teachers' housing crisis: how our grants can help

The UK is in the midst of a housing crisis that is affecting too many people, regardless of profession, class or background. Our Grants Caseworker Carl tells us more about the issues we’re seeing and how we’re able to help those in need, thanks to your support. 

Housing: a helping hand

The impact of stagnating salaries and rising housing costs is becoming clear for many in the teaching profession. Our CEO Julian Stanley looks at what help is out there.

Spotting the signs of stress

Stress is a normal part of everyday life. But when does this stress become unhealthy? We asked the clinical team at our helpline for their expert advice on the signs to look out for when our physical and emotional wellbeing is under threat.

Teachers are heroes says top comedian

Comedian Russell Howard’s has a new series on Sky 1. This week he talks about how hard teachers work and why we must trust and appreciate them more.

World Mental Health Day: it's good to talk!

Talking about problems can avoid a mental health issue developing say our helpline counsellors. On #WorldMentalhealthDay find out why.

The urgency of workload and wellbeing

​We cannot overstate the urgency of the need for action on teacher workload and wellbeing, says Julian Stanley.

World Mental Health Day: workplace wellbeing

It is World Mental Health Day on Tuesday 10th October and this year's theme is Mental health in the workplace. 

Tackling challenging behaviour in the classroom

Challenging behaviour is one of the most difficult problems that teachers can face. Julian Stanley offers some practical advice and support.

Staff wellbeing: A whole-school approach

The evidence suggests that a focus on staff wellbeing can lead to raised pupil attainment. Julian Stanley explains.

Fundraising for teachers like me!

Matthew Sylvester, a teacher from the York and Scunthorpe area, is taking on a number of amazing challenges to raise money for us after seeing first-hand the support offered to teachers like him when they need someone most.