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Employee Assistance Programme

Teacher in a classroom

Make sure everyone in your team gets the support they need whatever their worries, at home or at work with our Employee Assistance Programme.

Teachers worrying more about their students’ results

Exam stress for teachers

As students prepare to receive their GCSE results, new research* released today from the charity Education Support Partnership finds that teachers are worrying significantly more about the implications their students’ results than previous years – something that is leading to increased levels of anxiety and poor health amongst the profession.

Fundraising partnership with academic diary company Pirongs

Fundraising academic diaries

Academic diary company Pirongs has teamed up with Education Support Partnership to raise funds. Education Support Partnership are the only UK charity dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of the entire education workforce.

Financial assistance for teaching staff in Wales

Grants for education staff in Wales

Our confidential grants service is here to help you manage your financial and money worries to get you back on track when you are struggling.

Telephone support & counselling for higher education staff in Wales

Helpline for further education staff in Wales

No matter what you’re going through, we’re always here for you, day or night, all the time. Call us now.

Telephone support & counselling in Wales

Helpline for Welsh teaching staff

No matter what you’re going through, we’re always here for you, day or night, all the time. Call us now.

Charity shortlisted for three leading sector awards

Ed Support nominated for awards

Education Support Partnership is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted for three sector awards, which recognise best practice and excellence in the UK charity and non-for-profit sector.  The charity has been shortlisted for both Charity Principal of the Year and the Financial Management award at the prestigious Charity Times Awards.

New research highlights concern about teacher wellbeing over the summer break

Teacher wellbeing in summer break research

New research into the health and wellbeing of teachers during the summer holiday has found that over half (53%) worry to a ‘large extent’ about the amount of preparation needed for the next academic year.

Teacher wellbeing over the summer holidays campaign

Summer holidays teachers campaign

There is a growing trend towards teachers experiencing work-related stress and anxiety over the summer break. This is a period when teachers should predominately be focused on detaching themselves from their role and focusing on their own individual health and wellbeing. To highlight this issue we are running a campaign over the summer holidays.

Teacher wellbeing: help & support

Education Support stress balls

Teachers wellbeing is a far-reaching crisis which needs comprehensive action.