Several schools from across the country share their different ways and approaches to supporting pupil and staff mental health and wellbeing.
Alastair Field, headteacher at Roundhay School’s Primary Campus in Leeds, shares why he believes a key part of his role is to spread the word about his fantastic team and the remarkable things they do for their students.
Ella Hughes, headteacher at Chapel Street Community Primary School in Manchester, shares how using peer support groups for school leaders has helped her to maintain positive wellbeing.
Anna Crawte, School Improvement Director for HEART Academies Trust, shares how her central support team has taken on a key role in helping their schools to reduce workload and support teacher wellbeing.
School technology expert, Luke Craig, shares his experience of using EdTech tools to help staff reduce the time they spend on admin tasks.
Asma Maqsood-Shah, Principal of High Hazels Academy talks about how she helped to transform the school’s culture and motivate staff through flexible working.
Loic Menzies is the former Chief Executive of the Centre for Education and Youth, who has answered the call for teachers to return to the classroom to support schools with staffing pressures. We’re inviting qualified ex-teachers to step in and …
Laura Fordham is part of the senior leadership team at Bedford Academy, she shares how they are prioritising staff wellbeing and using the DfE Education staff wellbeing charter and its principles to support this work. After a challenging 18 months, …
Claire Harnden, Deputy CEO at South Farnham Educational Trust, shares her experiences of introducing the reception baseline assessment in her schools.
2020 has been a real rollercoaster of emotions. Whether you have been working in education for YEARS or are new to your craft, I don’t think that anyone could have predicted just how challenging working in education during a global pandemic could be. But we have done just that. And we should be proud.