Resources to support well-being of headteachers and teaching staff
Updated: May 10
‘Wellbeing is not about fluffy, bolt-on things. At the heart of teacher, wellbeing is a sense of professional integrity and trust.'
Emma Kell @thosethatcan Adrian Bethune @AdrianBethune
Headteacher’s and Teachers Well-being
New senior leader planner to help support leaders in the schools. www.headteachers.org
QDP are the leading independent provider of questionnaire based feedback services to the UK Education & Skills Sector. Our wellbeing surveys are designed to specifically highlight areas of concern and drill down to uncover the source. We host the largest set of external comparison data which provides essential context to your results. Every survey includes easily digestible reporting, which provides recognized evidence for inspection, self-assessment, and improvement strategy. http://qdpservices.co.uk
School Advisory Service and National Governance Association
SAS Relaxation Podcast
Schools Advisory Service and National Governance Association have produced 'Promoting a culture of wellbeing in schools and trusts'.
Advice for school and university leaders: How to support your community's mental health and well-being during Coronavirus
The Education Support Partnership is a charity that supports teachers, and school leader. They do a fantastic job. A Headteacher Darren Morgan has written a blog about coping with the coronavirus pandemic.
Education Support @EdSupportUK
Free counselling for education staff
Buzz for Coaching
Jon from Buzz for Coaching is offering a free 30 mins call.
Well Schools aims to help improve education outcomes by placing wellbeing at its very heart to support school staff, senior leaders and young people.
Taking the temperature: wellbeing in a remote setting – Kat Howard
David Rushby from Nautilus Education