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Kathryn Lovewell, author of Every Teacher Matters gives her tips on balancing home and work.


Comment on Ann Maguire report by Leeds Safeguarding Children’s Board

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Julian Stanley, Chief Executive of Education Support Partnership said:

“Ann Maguire’s horrific murder and its impact on her pupils, colleagues, family and friends must never be forgotten. In its conclusion that this tragedy was ‘not predictable’ today’s report reminds us that this was an extremely rare occurrence and that staff demonstrated enormous bravery during and after the attack."



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Thousands of teachers supported by unique UK charity helpline

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This World Mental Health Day, Education Support Partnership wants to remind anyone working in education that it is here to help.

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Education charity encourages staff to share their mental health concerns

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Teachers in Wales last year took almost 52,000 days off school due to stress-related illness, new figures have shown.

Research conducted by the National Union of Teachers (NUT) Cymru found that 12 of Wales’ 22 local authorities reported a rise in stress-induced teacher leave in 2015 .

The union’s secretary David Evans said the figures suggested Wales was “bordering on a crisis” in the teaching profession.’