Recruitment and retention campaign

Read more about how you can get involved with our #NotQuittingTeaching campaign and help us battle the retention crisis in education

New Charity Appeal Urges Young Teachers to Stay the Course - #NotQuittingTeaching

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A new fundraising appeal from national charity the Education Support Partnership has been rolled out this month marking a natural moment to consider what help new teachers need stay the course.

Workplace Snapshot Survey

Take the temperature of your organisation with our specially developed in-depth anonymous survey. You’ll be surprised what you discover. 

If you’re striving to create the best possible work environment, a great place to start is our Workplace Snapshot Survey. Conducted online and in complete confidence, the survey helps your team reflect on key factors affecting good working relationships, effectiveness and absence rates.   

 

 

 

How Does the Survey Work? 

Current research

1). Education Support Partnership Health Survey 2014

An overwhelming majority of the education workforce experienced a common mental health condition during 2012-14.

  • 88% said they suffered from stress, 72% anxiety and 45% had depression
  • 60% said their work performance suffered and 70% said they lost confidence as a result
  • This led to 27% taking time off work while 13% quit their job

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Future research titles

To find out how to get involved in research projects with Education Support, sign up to our enewsletter or email comms@edsupport.org.uk

An 'experience exodus' looms as a third of all teachers plan to leave in the next five years

Date Wed, 15/07/2015 

 

New research commissioned by the Teacher Support Network, a not for profit dedicated to school teachers and all staff in FE and HE, is warning of what the charity is calling an ‘experience exodus’ in the education sector, as 34% of all teachers plan to leave the profession in 1- 5 years’ time, 54% of whom will do so to retire. 

Nine in ten teachers say school inspections do not improve student results

Teacher in a classroom

Mon, 08/12/2014 - 00:01 

More than 90% of teachers in England say school inspections have a neutral or negative impact on student results, according to a survey for Teacher Support Network. 

Although regulators aim to promote improvement in schools, the survey, conducted by education market research company VoicED, revealed that just 8% of school staff felt inspections helped improve student outcomes while a similar minority, one in 10, said inspections improved their performance at work. 

Easy ways to donate

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to donate. There are a number of ways that you can make a one-off donation to Education Support Partnership if you don’t want to donate online. 

Donate by text

We are currently setting up a new text giving number - we will let you know it shortly!

Donate by cheque

Please make your cheque payable to Education Support Partnership and send to:
Freepost RRZY-HEJU-EGJA
Education Support Partnership
40A Drayton Park
London
N5 1EW

Teacher Wellbeing Manifesto 2017-2022

Our manifesto sets out five policies for the five year Parliamentary term which will significantly improve the wellbeing of teachers and the wider education workforce. 

Fundraise for us

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Fun ways to raise money

There are lots of ways you can raise money for Education Support Partnership: from taking part in an organised sporting event, to organising your own walk, tea-party or open garden. We have got lots of ideas to inspire you.

Or you could buy a ticket to our fundraising comedy night at the Union Chapel on 26th February 'The funny thing about teaching..' starring Jack Dee and Kerry Godliman.