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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. 

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An independent piece of research was commissioned in 2013 to measure the demand and supply of wellbeing support services.

Headteacher

In December 2014, we carried out a poll of 804 individuals looking at the impact inspections have on the wellbeing. The poll also reveals insights into how inspections can be improved for everyone involved. 

Rainbow flag

More than two-thirds (68%) of staff in education witnessed homophobic harassment and just under half (48%) were personally discriminated against because of their sexual orientation, according to our research carried out in March 2014.

Teacher helping a student

We carried out research that shows that according to teachers, over the past 5 years pupil behaviour has worsened and the impact this has had on teacher wellbeing.   

Stormy sky

Education staff manage relationships with numerous people including colleagues, managers, parents and students. It is therefore inevitable that a disagreement will happen at some point so learning how to manage them productively is vital.

Exam hall

Exam season stress is not just for pupils. Here is a reminder that you need to look after your own wellbeing too as the summer term reaches its climax.

Budgeting

Find out how a personal budget will help you make the most of your money and avoid over-commitment. It will also help you plan for the future and negotiate with any people you owe money to.

NQT

Getting that first position can be daunting for newly qualified teachers. Here are our top tips.

This practical guide will help you to manage pupil behaviour by :

  • addressing myths around behaviour
  • defining low and high-level disruption
  • reflecting on how you respond to inappropriate behaviour
  • reflecting on your relationships with your pupils and students
  • suggesting behaviour improvement approaches and strategies to try
  • providing advice on how to get help and support from your school or college
  • giving advice on how to get further help and support