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3 Wellness Questions Answered by Georgia Holleran

    With the inaugural TeachWellFest bursting onto the eduwellbeing scene (yes, I did just make that word up) on the 30th of June, we asked founder Georgia Holleran (@TeachersMHaW) these three questions –  What’s your; Best wellbeing decision? Only ever work part time on other people’s projects and full time on my own. Top wellbeing strategy? […]

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Exclusive Interview with Jill Berry

We recently grabbed the chance to chat with the inspirational Jill Berry about wellbeing, communication and social media! 1 – How do you look after your own wellbeing?   I know it’s challenging, but I’ve always been good at putting things into compartments and carving out time for myself, even when I was a head (which […]

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TeachwellFest – Early bird Tickets on sale now!

Early bird tickets have gone on sale for TeachWellFest 2018! Click the picture to find out more and grab your ticket! Confirmed speakers include; Sam Collins @samschoolstuff  Georgia Holleran @TeachersMHaW  Dr Emma Kell @thosethatcan Vic Goddard @vicgoddard  Professor Jonathan Glazzard @j_glazzard Andrew Cowley @andrew_cowley23   With more to be announced soon… Share this

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Getting started as a Teacher Blogger

I never meant to be a blogger. The vision for Schoolwell was for it to be a directory of school wellbeing. Once it began however, it was obvious that to get traffic you have to get new content. All the time. So, I began blogging myself and as well as begging and borrowing blog posts […]

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Slow Teaching by Jamie Thom

Ever feel like you’re rushing headlong through your working day? Constantly compromising? Marking into the early hours?  In his new book Jamie Thom  @teachgratitude1 argues that we can all achieve more by doing less. Drawing on popular psychology and the latest educational thinking, he sets out a manifesto for an altogether more considered approach to […]