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Back to School Bingo

This is just a bit of Back to School Fun. If you are anxious about going back to school, contact Education Support Partnership, the UK’s only charity providing mental health and wellbeing support services to all education staff and organisations.  Their helpline number is 08000 562 561.      

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‘Invest in the best! People are our priority and from this investment great things will happen.’

A case study by @JoMcShaneEdu from The Little Book of Flourishing Schools. Catherine Skinn, Principal, Kingfisher Primary, Doncaster https://www.astrea-kingfisher.org/ Contact: principal@astrea-kingfisher.org  In a time where teaching is more challenging than it has ever been with greater and greater expectations placed on teachers, a school MUST invest in teachers as professionals to enable them to be more than […]

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Placing Mindfulness at the Core of School Life at Aureus School, Oxfordshire

A case study by @JoMcShaneEdu from The Little Book of Flourishing Schools Julie Hunter, Deputy Headteacher: Culture and Wellbeing @MsHMFL  www.aureusschool.org ‘Happy children learn. A school which is truly flourishing will have wellbeing for all top of their agenda every day.’ Julie Hunter  Background to the school culture: Aureus School is a brand new, state of the […]

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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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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 […]