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Wellbeing Blogs

Chris Eyre is writing a book on teacher wellbeing. the Elephant in the Staffroom – more details at https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138681484

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#teacher5aday news and lots more from Naomi Ward @naomi7444.

Education Support Partnership Blog

The Education Support Partnership publish a variety of blogs on health & wellbeing of education staff including guest posts from experts like Emma Kell, Sue Hugo and Kathryn Lovewell.

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A great blog focussing on mindfulness for staff and children.

Hannah Tyreman’s Wellbeing Links

Superb collection of school staff wellbeing resources curated by @hannahtyreman

Healthy Toolkit

Join us in our journey to promote healthy living, healthy eating, wellbeing and less stress. Take our message into your classrooms and staffrooms!

Hugablog

A blog for teachers to find balance and maintain their wellbeing, throughout the whole year.
 

Love Being Me

Type of resource: coaching, on-line courses, books, courses, bespoke training for schools

Description – Love Being Me supports working parents to balance the demands on their life and look after themselves so they can be the best parents, teachers, partners and people they can be.

Whether you are dealing with stress, divorce, redundancy, low self-esteem, fatigue or just a general lack of zing, Julie can draw on tools from psychology, mindfulness, bereavement, domestic abuse, spiritual traditions and coaching to help you find yourself again.

Dr Julie Leoni is an author, life coach and psychology teacher with over 25 years’ experience of training and facilitating groups. She has worked with organisations to develop Emotional Intelligence and has experience and training in bereavement, domestic abuse, mindfulness and meditation as well as a number of therapeutic approaches. She has 2 sons who she loves loads and who sometimes drive her crazy.

 

Austrailian blog with lots of info and tips on managing your workload and stress

 

Martyn Reah – 20 years a teacher
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Great blog from the founder of #teacher5aday. Mostly on wellbeing, always a good read.

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