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Debt tes

If you are struggling with debt issues, this free test from the Money Advice Service could help you start to get your finances back on track. 

money

This free Budget Planner from the Money Advice Service puts you in control of your household spending and analyses your results to help you take control of your money. 

teacher bullying image

This factsheet will look into what constitutes bullying or harassment and what to do if you are in the unfortunate position of being subjected to these unwanted behaviours.

Teacher helping a student

When you are approaching parents' evening, make sure you know the kids - know their progress, know their levels, know everything! A really wise teacher interprets it more broadly, however. Know your kids, but know your audience too. Try these tips for a parents-friendly evening!

Teacher in a classroom

We worked with the national charity for families, Family Lives, to produce an online resource: 'Guidance for Head Teachers and School Staff: How to Support Pupils' Parents'. The guidance offers advice to educational professionals on how to better work with their pupils' parents and where they can go for additional support.

Teacher looking at a computer

New figures show increasing numbers of teachers are facing abuse online. We've put together some tips for social media to help education staff avoid cyberbullying from students, colleagues or parents.

School kids by bus stop

In partnership with Parentline Plus (now Famliy Lives) we reviewed the extensive literature and many studies examining the link between parental engagement and pupil attainment, behaviour and attendance.

School gates

In 2007 we conducated a joint survey with British Council for School Environments (BCSE) conducted of 530 teachers on school buildings. This report summarises our findings and the subsequent recommendations we made to make building investment even more beneficial for schools.

Leaf

Sandra Taylor shares 5 tips for mindful living with and why it is so important for you to look after yourself in order for you to look after others! 

In 2014, new legislation gave education staff new responsibilities for identifying and reporting signs of radicalisation. At Education Support Partnership we want to ensure you are fully supported with this new responsibility.