Flexible working in schools

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

Comedy-first a sell-out success for UK education charity

Brilliant sets from Jack Dee and Stewart Lee together with fantastic hosting by Kerry Godliman made our first-ever comedy fundraiser a roaring sell-out success.  

Our first ever comedy night fundraiser!

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

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 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. 

Winning on workload

The themes of workload, stress and pressure continue in education. Julian Stanley urges us to make 2018 the year of effective change to working practices.

Leadership: finding time for yourself

As a school leader you will face constant pressures, but making time for your wellbeing and to reflect is crucial. Julian Stanley advises.

Congratulations Santa Runners!

Congratulations to the amazing #TeamEdSupport for completing the Santa Run on Sunday 3 December in London's Victoria Park. 

NQT Special: The two biggest NQT challenges

Workload and behaviour are the two common challenges for an NQT. Julian Stanley offers some advice and support.

Teachers' housing crisis: how our grants can help

Our Grants Caseworker Carl tells us about the increasing numbers of teaching staff come to us for help with housing issues.