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How Effective Classroom Management Impacts Teacher Wellbeing
By Bethany Spencer on October 1, 2018

The subject of teacher wellbeing has been on the rise in recent years in conjunction with the publicised teaching crisis and ‘healthy body, healthy mind’ yoga and meditation craze. The...

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Blog, School Culture, School Management, Teacher Wellbeing

Teacher Wellbeing and School Improvement
By Bethany Spencer on September 17, 2018

Teaching has always been a high pressure job, despite what some may say with regard to the length of holidays and about those not being able to ‘do’, and who instead ‘teach’. Teaching is...

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Fostering a Positive School Culture
By Edd Jackson on September 7, 2018

One of the hardest challenges that modern schools face is trying to promote a positive culture. Of course there are a multitude of factors which can have an impact on your school’s...

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Blog, Teacher Wellbeing, teaching crisis

Technology and Remembering the Joys of Teaching
By Rosie Featherstone on August 30, 2018

As with every job, being able to see the joys of teaching may be difficult at times. With recruitment and retention rates for teachers remaining below target since 2012, it’s obvious...

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Focus on Teacher Wellbeing to Improve Retention in Schools
By Naimish Gohil on October 19, 2017

A crisis can’t be resolved overnight. In order to come out the other end of a period of intense difficulty, it takes time and dedication - the problem needs to be slowly chipped away at...

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Blog, teaching crisis, teacher retention, Teacher Workload, Teacher Wellbeing

To Tackle the Teaching Crisis, We Must Start with Retention
By Bethany Spencer on October 12, 2017

The teaching crisis is ongoing, and despite the fact we’re all fully aware of the issues in play the only progress we seem to be making is on developing new statistics which further...

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